Jeremy Brooks Appointed as the CMOof TouchSuite

By Martech Outlook | Friday, October 09, 2020

TouchSuite announced that Jeremy Brooks had been appointed as Chief Marketing Officer, which will be effective immediately.

FREMONT, CA: TouchSuite announces that Jeremy Brooks had been elected as Chief Marketing Officer that will be effective instantly. Brooks has almost two decades of experience in global business and brand development.

Therefore, as the CMO for TouchSuite, Brooks will have worldwide responsibility for the organization's or advertising, digital marketing, partnerships, promotions, brand management, and growth initiatives.

"We are extremely delighted to have Jeremy join our team. His expertise and experience are unparalleled," said Sam Zietz, CEO of TouchSuite. "Jeremy will boost awareness of our technology and strengthen our partner relationships. We look forward to working with him as he leverages his prior success to bolster our brand outreach initiatives."

"TouchSuite is a tremendous brand with strong, revolutionary products," said Brooks. "The possibilities for innovation are endless and I am looking forward to tapping into my previous experiences to create opportunities for growth and success for TouchSuite and its subsidiaries."

Brooks brings with him essential experience in global business and brand development. Earlier joining TouchSuite, Brooks was in Managing Partner of Bonne Santé Group, which is an international company engaged in the development, manufacturing, and sales of nutraceutical and lifestyle products. He is the co-founder of Strayboots. It is a trailblazer in the corporate team building and human capital engagement vertical, which he grew to over 200 locations worldwide. Brooks is even co-founder of Public Reputation, Inc., a location-based listing services company that he successfully departed in 2018. As the Senior Vice President Global Brand Management for Qology, Brooks had the responsibility for developing and managing partner relationships and call center operations that offered Comcast, Verizon, Clear, GE, and ADT.

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