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LPA Search Partners Assists Syniti with Chief Marketing Officer Search

April 14, 2021 – Anna McCormick, co-CEO of LPA Search Partners, recently assisted Syniti, an enterprise data management company, in the recruitment of Kate Reed as its new chief marketing officer. “Kate has a strong reputation for transformational marketing initiatives that stand out and grow demand,” said Kevin Campbell, CEO of Syniti. “Her appointment could not have come at a better time as we look to build on our record growth, continue our momentum with partners, and accelerate our engagement with enterprises to unlock the power of their data to make better decisions, faster.” Ms. Reed is a technology marketing

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Phillip Swan Named New Chief Go-To-Marketing Officer at Coterie

Coterie, the technology company that makes small business insurance easy, has hired Phillip Swan as chief go-to-market officer. In this newly created role, Swan will lead the insurtech’s growth team, overseeing sales, partnerships, and marketing.

Launched in mid-2018, Coterie employs digital tools to make small business insurance fast and easy. With Coterie’s growth expanding exponentially, Swan will play a key role in helping the insurtech realize strategic growth, bringing his extensive experience in go-to-market strategy and scaling teams and revenue.

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ExecOnline Strengthens Senior Leadership Team With Promotion of Chief Operating Officer, Addition of Chief Marketing Officer

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ExecOnline, the pioneer of online leadership development for enterprises, today announced that current chief financial officer Michael Pickrum will assume additional responsibilities as the organization’s chief operating officer, and technology industry veteran Dani Cushion has been named as the company’s first chief marketing officer.

In his role as COO and CFO, Michael will oversee the organization’s operational performance, with a focus on ushering the company through rapid, scalable growth.

“Michael has been an exceptional leader at ExecOnline these last two years and we are fortunate to have his knowledge and passion to drive further

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Alex Henthorn-Iwane Joins PacketFabric as Chief Marketing Officer

Alex Henthorn-Iwane is an innovative marketer who brings a keen understanding of disruptive technologies and their go-to-market plays,” said Ward. “With his track record of success, I’m confident that he will help take PacketFabric to the next level.”

Henthorn-Iwane was most recently VP of Marketing at Sinefa, an analytics startup acquired by Palo Alto Networks in late 2020, and VP of Product Marketing at ThousandEyes, acquired by Cisco Systems for around $1B. Henthorn-Iwane has previously held executive roles at Kentik Technologies, Quali, and Packet Design.

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ICP marks global growth milestone with the appointment of Christopher Grakal as Chief Executive Officer and Victor Lebon as Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer.

LONDON, March 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ –Following the fastest year of growth in its 33-year history, ICP continues to enhance its consulting, managed services and production offerings. As the pandemic changes the dynamic between customers and brands, ICP’s perspective of technology and creativity drives the performance of marketing, advertising and sales assets. Managing half of Ad Age’s ‘Top Ten Global Advertisers’, along with many of Forbes’ ‘World’s Most Valuable Brands’, ICP’s clients span the consumer packaged goods, life sciences, retail, financial, fashion/luxury and media sectors.

Former Warner Bros. and Turner Broadcasting executive Christopher Grakal takes on expanded Chief Executive Officer

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Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox: CNBC profile

Facebook’s Chief Product Officer Christopher Cox.

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Last June, Facebook was being rocked from the inside and out. 

Protests were erupting across the U.S. after Minneapolis police were caught on camera killing George Floyd, an unarmed Black man. At Facebook, employees were demanding more from their leaders. 

In particular, they were upset with how the company handled a post by President Donald Trump about protests that said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” Facebook had decided to leave the post up, even though many employees were arguing that the president had violated

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