Our People

Expertise and Knowledge

AdBirds was founded by Rens den Hollander in 2009 and was born out of the desire to give companies support in online marketing and advertising. Rens created a network of global ex-Google employees in order to be able to provide the best possible service and expertise in online advertising anywhere in the world in every language using local knowledge to gain the best results for his clients. Meet some of our team members.

Rens den Hollander – ex-Google Netherlands

Now CEO at AdBirds

In 2008 Rens started working at Google Amsterdam. In 2011 he jumped into a new adventure and founded AdBirds, where he brings together a global team of ex-Google employees to help businesses all over the world reach their online goals.

Joel Kremer – ex-Google UK

Now Global Sales Director at AdBirds

Joel started out as Retail and Entertainment Business Manager at the Google office in London. He is currently running the AdBirds Global Sales Team from Berlin, Germany and he is a much wanted guest speaker at Google’s sales events worldwide.

Hong Le – ex-Google Vietnam

Now AdBirds Director APAC region 

Hong has an MBA and over 10 years of experience in sales, marketing and leadership in Asia, the last 5 years of which was spent as a Googler and later a digital entrepreneur. Based in Singapore, Hong is the point of contact for AdBirds in APAC.

David Oscar Chou – ex-Google Argentina

Now AdBirds Director LATAM region 

David has been working with Google Adwords (now Google Ads) and Google Analytics since 2010, when he worked at Google Argentina. He is currently based in Buenos Aires. He is a native speaker of Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. Big fan of cars and video games.

Arabi Elgoni  – ex-Google France

Now AdBirds Sales Director MENA region, based in Dubai

Arabi worked as at Google for several years, covering the french market. An experienced digital marketing consultant and entrepreneur, he has experience crafting and implementing digital marketing strategies across both SMBs and large corporates.