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YFood Labs GmbH (fr.yfood.eu) have selected TradeTracker.com as their affiliate marketing partner for their european development in 8 countries (FR/UK/ES/IT/NL/PL/CZ/SE).
We are all thrilled to start the collaboration !
Thanks to: Noel Bollmann, Cyrielle Richter and Polina Micheva




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New Managing director TradeTracker Germany

Volodymyr Babak
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Jim Knopf
Jim Knopf

Jim Knopf joins TradeTracker as Managing Director of TradeTracker Germany. Jim has been active in Affiliate Marketing for over 11 years. During this lengthy period, Jim has held multiple positions that helped him to develop a broad knowledge about the Affiliate Market.

He acquired his experience as a Key-Account Manager, Sales manager, Digital and Sales expert and director of New Business Advertiser & Agencies. Furthermore, Knopf has been responsible for the expansion of the SaaS provider Lengow into the D-A-CH region.

Jim announced the following statement on his appointment and new challenge: “I am thrilled about TradeTracker and am looking forward to serve the D-A-CH market with the qualitative offer of the network. Especially the new feature – Real Attribution, which is long awaited and desired by advertisers, can revolutionize the affiliate marketing.”

Philip Keckeis, Director of International Operations, is looking forward to work with Jim as the new Director of the German office and D-A-CH region. “With Jim Knopf we have brought a real performance marketing professional to Hamburg. Because of his background and knowledge, he is able to show advertisers the added value of Real Attribution and thereby multiply the success and revenue for our clients.”

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