Great career at Google Dublin
Christian Reinthaler worked almost seven years in Dublin at the Google EMEA headquarter. In the first one and a half years he was employed as an Account Strategist in the DACH Global Customer Experience Team. He helped customers solving Google Ads & Analytics problems and additionally supported with Google Ads account optimization for DACH SMB advertisers.
The next 4 years he worked in the Austrian Google Marketing Solutions Team as an Agency Account Strategist. He assisted the biggest Performance Marketing agencies in Austria and helped them and their clients to achieve Business Growth through Google Ads. During this time, he took part in several conferences including Brennpunkt E-Tourism and “Fifteen Seconds” as a speaker.
During the last years at Google he was working as a Platform Account Manager for Germany. He supported Google’s largest customers and partners to get the most from Google’s AdTech solutions (Analytics360, Optimize360, Display & Video360, Search Ads360, Campaign Manager360, BigQuery, Ads Data Hub, Google Cloud for Marketing).
Besides these core roles, he also acted as an Interviewer for Google candidates and was also a Sales Coach in his team.
In October 2021 Christian Reinthaler moved back to Austria. He started working in Salzburg as a Consultant at the Digital Full Service Agency: elements.at New Media Solutions GmbH. Helping companies & organizations leveraging different fields of Digital Marketing to achieve their business goals.
Back to the roots
After a speech about “Innovation & Culture @Google” at the virtual IMC alumni conference 2020 and a guest lecture about “Google Ads Best Practices” for the Marketing master degree programme in Christian Maurer’s and Philipp Allerstorfer’s Digital Marketing course in 2020, he again held a guest lecture in January 2022. Together with his colleague and also IMC graduate Lukas Salcher he shared his experience from the work at elements.at with the IMC students of the 5th semester in the E-Tourism course of Larissa Neuburger and Philipp Allerstorfer of our Tourism and Leisure Management bachelor degree programme.