October 3, 2016 Last Updated 7:44 am

Neustar appoints Nick Hulse as Chief Revenue Officer

Prior to Neustar, Hulse served as the President of Boingo Wireless, where he was responsible for all of the company’s revenues, products, business development

STERLING, Va. – October 3, 2016 — Neustar, Inc., a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, today announced that industry veteran Nick Hulse has been appointed Chief Revenue Officer. In this role, Hulse will be responsible for driving sales bookings, velocity and efficiency globally. He will report to Lisa Hook, Neustar’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

“Clients are looking to work with trusted partners that can add real value to their business. To do this, it starts with having the right people,” said Lisa Hook. “Nick has a unique set of experiences having worked in the marketing, security, risk and communications industries. He’s the right person to lead our sales team with a solutions-oriented approach as we help clients navigate the connected world.”

Hulse has more than 25 years of management experience with responsibilities, including revenue, business development, and field operations. Prior to Neustar, Hulse served as the President of Boingo Wireless, where he was responsible for all of the company’s revenues, products, business development, customer support, marketing, account management, and international teams. He also served as Chief Revenue Officer of the Rubicon Project, SVP Revenue of iPass, EVP of Tumbleweed (acquired by Axway) and SVP of FrontBridge (acquired by Microsoft).

“I’m delighted to be joining Neustar. I’ve been at the intersection of digital media, security and telecom for a long time, and I’ve been impressed with Neustar’s transformation to become a leading global information services provider,” said Hulse. “As the connected world gets more complex, clients need a trusted partner to help them grow and guard their business. As a leader in Connection Science, Neustar is uniquely positioned to help companies understand how to connect people, places and things.”

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