To create a seamless ecosystem of programmatic marketing services, embracing data, creative, media and technology, empowering digital brands to build customer-centric organisations.
Christian Ulitzka is the founder and chairman of Ulitzka Venture Capital which is building a new integrated ecosystem of digital marketing services helping digital brands to build customer-centric organizations.
Christian Ulitzka was born in the year of 1986 and growed up in Neuwied, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. After school, he studied Media and Marketing Science from 2007 to 2010 at the Fresenius University of Cologne. After his final degree, he started his career as a Business Development Manager at Adcloud, a company of Deutsche Post DHL, the pioneers of programmatic native advertising in the European market. Christian Ulitzka was responsible for the continuing growth and development of Acloud’s ad inventory supply. In 2012, he founded his first startup company, named Adloop, a programmatic supply side platform for premium publishers in the German speaking markets. Adloop was used by major publishing houses, like Axel Springer or Tomorrow Focus, for monitization of crossborder ad space . After several years of experiences in the digital marketing industry, he founded Unidesq in the year of 2015. In the last years, Unidesq growed up as a independent leader in the fields of programmatic campaign management, working with global clients like GroupM, ABN Amro, Rollei or FOND OF.
Based on hundrets of realized campaigns, a close colaboration with a variety of clients from different industries and countries and longterm partners, Christian Ulitzka vision is to create a better ecosystem of integrated programmatic marketing services, embracing data, creative, media and technology, empowering digital brands to build customer-centric organizations.
Christian Ulitzka is a regular speaker of digital marketing conferences like d3con, supports universities like Fresenius University and mentors graduates to make career in the programmatic marketing industry.