Local Team is Open for Business in Australia
Home to our fourth largest user base and growing at 40% year over year, today Reddit officially says “G’Day” to our mates in the Southern Hemisphere as we open the doors of our Australian business based in Sydney.
To help fulfill our mission to bring community and belonging to everyone in the world, Australia is core to our international growth strategy. This launch follows Reddit’s successful market entries in Canada in March 2021 and the United Kingdom in September 2020.
Our new Australian team launches with dedicated, locally-based Community, Engineering and Sales staff, as well as Country Manager, David Ray, who will join us in the coming weeks from WooliesX, and has experience leading teams in Australia for Amazon, Twitter and Telstra. The Australian business is managed by Reddit’s Head of International, Tariq Mahmoud, and is already partnering with local entities, working with Australian-based moderators and communities, and establishing local brand partnerships. Our Australian Sales team sits within our global Sales org under the leadership of Reddit’s EVP and President Global Advertising, Harold Klaje.
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