Digital Window has made some significant promotions, with new appointments at board and senior levels as well as ramping up their staffing levels.

Client Services Manager Mark Walters has been appointed COO and joins the other four board members; Kevin Brown CEO, Peter Loveday CTO, Elton Hopkins CFO and Andrew Totten non executive Director.

“Mark’s appointment compliments and balances Digital Window by bringing a commercial element to a previously technology based board.” Said Kevin Brown, CEO of Digital Window.

Affiliate Window’s senior level promotions include; Head of Sales Mathew Downs is now Sales and Marketing Director, Anthony Clements has taken the role of Manager of key accounts, replacing Adam Ross who has been promoted to Client Services Director. Kevin Edwards, previously senior key account manger, is now Head of Affiliate Channel, and Julie Wood who was key accounts manager is now Head of merchant partnerships.

“2006 has been the most fantastic year for Affiliate Window since launch. It’s brilliant to be a successful company and it's the people at Digital Window that will ensure this continues. We’ve retained our staff by growing and promoting organically. By recruiting new people into the industry and training them ourselves we have continued to deliver the highest standard of client service. “ Said Brown. “Our performance year to date has been even stronger. Client churn is at it lowest ever and our goal in 2007 is to continue to lead the UK affiliate market with innovation and service as well as double our staff levels.”

As a direct result of this strategy, Digital Window has recently secured a host of the UK’s leading retailers, many on an exclusive basis.

Notable wins either from high profile moves from other networks, new wins, and consolidation to Affiliate Window include; Toys R Us, Next, Body Shop, B&Q, E2Save, Robert Dyas, Majestic, Early Learning Centre, and Comet.

This success has in turn led to rapid year on year growth of 115% per annum, staff numbers have increased from 30 to over 50 in the last 12 months and are set to double by the end of 2007, and yearly revenues are forecast to reach £20m by mid-2007.

“Affiliate Marketing has become a ‘must have’ for any business serious about growing its online revenues. Our achievements have come as a result of establishing a highly ethical stance, allowing us to secure more brands and drive true incremental growth. “ Ended Brown.

For further information on Digital Window and their brands please contact:

Karen Durham-Diggins at kddPR
T; +44 (0) 20 8989 2541
E: kdd@easynet.co.uk
M: +44 (0) 7808 584 624


Editors Notes:

Digital Window: http://www.digitalwindow.com/
Voted no 1 network by affiliates Affiliate Window (a division of Digital Window) has an excellent reputation, both with merchants and affiliates, for their in-house technology, reporting, Brand protection and service.

The Awin index (implemented October 2006) gives merchants a visual reference of how their programme compares to competitors in their sector. It also enables them to manage the impact of changes made to their to their affiliate strategy.

Established in 2000 as Affiliate Window their extensive client base includes blue chip operations as well as SME’s and includes: Vodafone, Phones4U, Comet. Hamleys, Evans, John Lewis, Austin Reed, and Play.com.

Ranked 14th on The Times Tech Track and 8th in the Deloitte Fast 50, Digital Window were the only network to be ranked in these highly regarded business performance indicators.

Mark Walters (37) - Chief Operating Officer Digital Window
Mark has a strong commercial background spanning nearly 20 years His extensive experience has covered every aspect of media and has been predominantly online.

Previous responsibilities include; team building, project management and revenue generation. Originally involved in securing major brands to the Affiliate Window network he further set about establishing an account management team and strategies for the development and retention of clients. Mark has been key in the development of new project ideas, including the AWin Index and Agent99 as well as establishing the ethical perspective of Affiliate Window, making it a solid and attractive proposition to brand merchants. Heads of Client Services, Sales and Communications currently report to Mark enabling a group understanding of direction and goals. Prior to working with Affiliate Window Mark came from a publishing background which included holding various roles within Quadrant Publishing

Published on: 12:00AM on 28th March 2007