Marie Gulin-Merle, formerly the chief marketing officer of Calvin Klein, has resurfaced as the vice-president of global ads marketing at Google. Gulin-Merle will be responsible managing Google’s global media spend, as well as setting the vision for Google’s marketing business worldwide.
She has also been tasked with building and delivering a global marketing strategy for the company’s ads business and its advertising products. Google has named her as a ‘key partner’ to its ads sales, product and engineering leadership.
Gulin-Merle joins Google at the same time as Nick Drake, the former marketing boss of T-Mobile. Taking on the role of vice-president of global marketing, Drake also joined the tech giant this month.