Oct. 20, 2015 – CIVIQ Smartscapes LLC announced that Brian Dusho, former CEO of Broadsign, has joined the company to serve as President, Digital Out-Of-Home (DOOH).  In this role, Brian will lead sales and business development for the company with an emphasis on DOOH strategy and opportunities.

“We are excited to welcome Brian aboard during this period of rapid growth for the company,” says Brad Gleeson, CIVIQ Smartscapes Chief Commercial Officer.  “His leadership experience and accomplishments within the DOOH industry will help support and grow our partnerships as we expand globally”.

“I’m thrilled to be joining such a talented team to lead the next generation of global communication and technology”, said Dusho.  “The process of turning urban landscapes into smartscapes provides sustainable economic impact and valuable services to everyone, and CIVIQ Smartscapes is one of the true pioneers in this space”.

Brian will be focusing on driving sales and developing partnerships within the digital out-of-home marketplace.

He brings a strong background in the DOOH industry, having served as founding member of BroadSign in 2003 and president and CEO of the company from 2009 to 2014.  In addition to this, Brian has a further 10 years of experience in a variety of executive management positions in the professional AV and integration industry.  A passionate and active force in the industry, Dusho has served on the board of multiple industry organizations, such as Digital Signage Federation (DSF), and the Digital Place Based Advertising Association (DPAA).  He is frequently asked to speak on issues affecting the DOOH industry.

“Brian is an active and passionate force in driving the industry forward, and CIVIQ Smartscapes provides an innovative platform to continue that passion,” said Gleeson.

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For more information, visit CIVIQSmartscapes.com or email us at connect@civiq.com.

About CIVIQ Smartscapes

CIVIQ Smartscapes designs and manufactures interactive “smart city” communications structures that provide access to and enhance public information, commerce, safety and efficiency to create “smartscapes” – the future of intelligent urban infrastructure. By pulling the best technology and most relevant partners together, CIVIQ Smartscapes is able to design, manufacture and deliver turnkey networked structures that provide cities with a range of beneficial services and capabilities, covering up to 100 percent of the cost through advertising revenue.

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