New Position Marks Next Phase in Digital Marketing Company’s Expansion
Boston Digital, a leading digital marketing agency, has appointed Peter Prodromou as president. Prodromou, who joined the company last year as chief growth officer, will team with Founder and CEO Chuck Murphy to expand on recent successes and build on the company’s innovative, high-impact digital marketing.
“Peter’s reputation for intelligently growing agencies and delivering world-class marketing is well-earned. He has been instrumental in fueling Boston Digital’s growth and opening doors to new opportunities,” said Murphy. “2019 was a banner year for us and, with Peter’s day-to-day leadership, I expect 2020 to cement Boston Digital’s position as a top agency, not just in this region but across the country.”
2019 saw Boston Digital achieve record growth, be recognized by multiple industry influencers for excellence in digital marketing, content marketing and web design, and be named New England’s second-largest web design firm and one of Boston’s best companies to work for.
“I’m excited to join Chuck in spearheading Boston Digital’s next phase,” said Prodromou. “Everyone at this agency is passionate about delivering exceptional marketing services and results. I’ve been hugely impressed by both the caliber of work and the clients we serve. I’m thrilled to help drive the agency’s continued growth and establish us as the go-to agency for brands that want to thrive in today’s digitally-obsessed world.”
Prodromou is a visionary leader with deep expertise in digital, social, earned and paid marketing. An entrepreneur at heart, he has a track record of accelerating growth for his clients and the companies he leads. Prodromou has held executive roles at international marketing, PR and public affairs agencies, including CEO and President of Racepoint Global and Senior VP at Weber Shandwick, expanding the firms into new regions, building new services and elevating their leadership. He has worked with international giants such as PPG, IBM, Dassault Systemes, American Express, AT&T, New Balance, Samsung, Kaiser-Permanente and Reebok, and advised governments on digital strategy and the role of social media in influencing policy and economics.