Admix Signs Former Dentsu CEO Nigel Morris, and GroupM CEO Rob Norman

Admix Signs Two Ad Industry Legends To Strengthen Global Leadership for In-Play Advertising

– US based former GroupM CEO Rob Norman –
– UK based previous Dentsu Aegis Network CEO Nigel Morris –

London, New York – Admix, the pioneering In-Play advertising platform that bridges the gap between mobile games and brands, is proud to announce the appointment of two senior ad industry players in former Dentsu Aegis Network CEO Nigel Morris, and former GroupM CEO and global CDO Rob Norman.

Rob Norman joins Admix as a senior advisor focusing on the Americas, while Nigel Morris, already an advisor and investor, joins the board of the company. Both have made lasting imprints on the media and advertising landscape, having previously identified and harnessed the vast potential of digital and social media early on, and having spearheaded transformation in their respective businesses and markets.

Based in New York, Rob Norman will act as strategic advisor to Admix’ rapidly expanding team in the US. Rob was a long time CDO of WPP’s GroupM and additionally served as its North American CEO. Rob is also a director at, a leading programmatic advertising platform based in Texas. A well-known voice in the ad world Twittersphere, Rob is currently a director of SaaS company Piano and a non-executive director of BBC Global News.

Nigel Morris, an investor in Admix, now joins the board of the company and will work closely with the leadership. Nigel was a central figure at the Dentsu Aegis Network for over 25 years, founding the global digital network Isobar and transforming the US Group. He is chair of the innovation consultancy The Upside, on the board of data science business Gyana, and is also a longstanding non-executive director at the Guardian Media Group.

Nigel Morris, Board Member at Admix, commented:

“The video gaming domain will be the next big media channel following social media’s emergence some 15 years ago. In-Play is intrinsically engaging to audiences and brand safe for marketers at scale, and will become a key driver of sustainable growth strategies for brands. The Admix team is very conscious of the whole ecosystem for consumers, brands and publishers, and we have developed a pioneering and agile platform that provides a great experience and performance for all.”

Rob Norman, Senior Advisor at Admix, commented:

“I am delighted to join Admix as an advisor. Gaming on personal devices has become a huge part of media consumption. In-Play advertising creates revenue for publishers and reach and engagement for advertisers. Admix unlocks the economic opportunity with programmatic speed and precision, and does so without compromising user experience.”

Announcing the hires, Samuel Huber, CEO at Admix, commented:

“Rob Norman and Nigel Morris foresaw the dramatic shifts to digital and social, long before others in the industry were ready. They share Admix’ view of gaming as the next key media channel, and we’re delighted to have secured strategic support of their calibre as we communicate Admix’ rapidly developing offer to agencies. This represents the next stage of Admix’ 2021 expansion following the appointments of Michael Silberberg from Google as VP Global Agency Partnerships and Alex Faust from Spotify as EMEA VP AdSales.”

In 2020 Admix saw hypergrowth with an 800% revenue increase driven by unprecedented inbound and direct sales, and expects to double in size from 40 to 80 staff this year.

About Admix

Admix’ pioneering platform is the bridge between gaming and advertising, driving the ‘In-Play’ movement by integrating data-driven ads and product placement into immersive gameplay experiences. With the largest In-Play ad inventory combined with rich user-level data, the Admix platform delivers 100% viewability and in-depth measurement. With Admix, advertisers can rapidly reach new audiences at scale through some of the world’s best-loved titles. Founded in 2018 by Samuel Huber and Joe Bachle-Morris, Admix now works with over 500 advertisers to monetise more than 300 games of all sizes, and has raised more than $12 million in VC funding.