Staff Writer
Jun 11, 2018

Freeman appoints first-ever Chief Growth Officer

Janet Dell will focus on "proactively cultivating existing relationships and identifying new and expanded opportunities".

Freeman appoints first-ever Chief Growth Officer

Brand experience company Freeman announced that it has hired Janet Dell as its inaugural Chief Growth Officer (CGO) to “drive continued growth across all aspects of its business and industry”.

“As our first CGO, Janet will focus on proactively cultivating existing relationships and identifying new and expanded opportunities for Freeman to deliver the most meaningful and engaging brand experiences for clients and prospective customers,” said Bob Priest-Heck, CEO of Freeman.

“In her new role, Janet will have a clear view across multiple business functions, enabling her to take a holistic approach to company growth.”

Prior to joining Freeman, Dell served as the CEO of Marsh ClearSight, a company that provides solutions in risk, safety and claims management software. She has also been recognised as a Woman to Watch by Business Insurance magazine and has received several awards for product technology innovation.

The role of CGO is something more brands and corporates are looking to implement with big names like The Coca-Cola Company, The Hershey Company and Kellogg Company already hiring CGOs to drive company growth.

Source:
CEI

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