Qustodian is a new, privately-held digital media company focused on providing next generation mobile advertising and marketing solutions using the mobile internet to communicate with mobile phone users.
Our goal is to provide a mobile marketing and advertising service that puts the user in control of what they receive, when and how. Our members are offered the opportunity to create and manage a digital profile of their preferences so that they receive the financial and commercial benefits of the use of this data. This is in contrast to many large corporations who are currently collecting this profile data from us for their own benefit. This approach not only benefits the user, but also the advertiser, as the advertiser knows that the user has agreed and wants to receive communications from them.
Qustodian was founded in 2009 by Spanish and British professionals from the telecoms and media industries, including experts in mobile marketing, social intelligence and technical innovation. We are currently located in London, Madrid and Barcelona.
Father of the principles of engagement marketing, consultant and co-author of Communities Dominate Brands.
Influential writer, columnist, lecturer and intellectual leader of the digital world.
Author and consultant in the area of mobile telecoms and digital communities, serving leading Fortune 500 companies.
Named by Forbes magazine in January 2012 "the world’s most influential man in mobile telephony".
35 years' experience in the advertising world in Europe and USA . Currently heads BJ & A Media Consultancy.
Former director of Leo Burnett, MD of Carat, Director EMEA at Universal McCann and executive vice president of Millward Brown.
Former Director of Innovation at Telefonica.
21 years' experience and focus on mobile terminals, internet and applications.
Investor Relations at Monetise.
Formerly MD, European Technology Equity Research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Director of Advanced Computer Applications (AIA), the Spanish leader in Artificial and Social Intelligence solutions.
Previously worked as a consultant on Oliver Whyman and KPMG