Morgan Sommer Joins LiveJasmin as Senior VP of Sales & Traffic

Morgan Sommer Joins LiveJasmin as Senior VP of Sales & Traffic

LOS ANGELES — Industry vet Morgan Sommer has joined LiveJasmin and AWEmpire as Senior Vice President of Sales and Traffic and will work to expand the network and build organic traffic.

Sommer told XBIZ he will also support "several ongoing and new projects that fall right within [his] expertise."

"I have had a long and positive relationship with both AWEmpire and LiveJasmin for 14 or 15 years. I have a great amount of respect for their management group, especially CEO Chris Anderson," he said. "The opportunity to put my skills to work helping this thriving global company improve processes and develop new products was something I could not pass up."

Sommer is well-known within adult as the co-owner of Cybersocket, which he founded in 1997 with Tim Lutz. He has transitioned out of the company, he told XBIZ, and looks forward to lending his knowledge and expertise to his new venture.

"This team is filled with thoughtful and talented people from around the world and it’s truly a pleasure to work alongside so many unique individuals," Sommer said. "I am looking forward to the next series of virtual and in-person trade shows, reconnecting with my industry friends and colleagues and sharing the new and exciting changes taking place here."

Anderson welcomed Sommer to the team.

"Morgan’s credentials and history are truly impressive and a great fit for our projects," he said. "We're all looking forward to working with him and to the success his energy, experience and leadership will bring.”

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