New York office taps VP of Sales, VP of Global Demand Generation, VP of FP&A, and adds Expansion Team
Trustpilot, the leading global consumer review platform free and open to everyone, announced four promotions to strategic roles within the organization. The company named Amy Kramer as its new Vice President of North American Sales; Lauren Lowman as Vice President of Global Demand Creation and Americas Marketing; and Caleb Hill as Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis. Trustpilot also announced the creation of a North American Expansion team, which will be led by the current Vice President of Customer Success Brian Merritt.
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“I’m so proud of what this company has accomplished and will continue to accomplish into 2020,” said Don Ross, President of the Americas at Trustpilot. “As we embark on an exciting new year and prepare to launch dozens of initiatives, it was crucial that we aligned our organization in a fashion that ensured the greatest success. These promotions do exactly that.”
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Kramer was previously the Vice President of Global Business Operations, having helped navigate critical points in growth over the last five years. Lowman began her career with Trustpilot in product marketing before overseeing demand generation in North America as a senior director. Hill joined Trustpilot five years ago on the FP&A team, serving most recently as the director and helping Trustpilot successfully secure its recent Series E funding round. Merritt has been the long-time face of Trustpilot’s customer success program in North America; he’ll continue to lead that charge while overseeing the expansion team.
“We are only as good as our people, and this is a group of truly phenomenal people,” said Peter Mühlmann, Trustpilot founder and CEO. “The whole of the company can’t wait to see what they are capable of.”
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