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WebClipDrop Welcome's New People To The Team And New Offices

Please Welcome Our Newest Team Members

WebClipDrop is growing quickly and we're adding team members who you may have already interacted with, but we wanted to introduce you to them. We also moved into our new offices into the old school house in downtown Excelsior at 261 School Ave, Suite 350, Excelsior, MN 55331

Evan Carothers - Chief Product Officer

Evan is the co-founder of WebClipDrop and has been the technical developer behind the tool from the beginning, and has joined the team full time to support our growth and 2x our innovation going forward.

Suzanne Dunham - VP of Sales

Suzanne is a long time talent & marketing technology sales leader having worked most recently with Avionte Staffing Software and prior to that with Knowledge Marketing and Jobs2web. If you have interest in expanding your teams use of WebClipDrop, please reach out to her at suzanne@webclipdrop.io

Linnette Berg - Chief Happiness Officer

Linnette's background is in customer success, training & learning and operationalizing businesses. She most recently lead client on-boarding & success for Delegate, and prior was at Lifetime Fitness where she led training for all management level teams and talent technology. Look for updates to our online Knowledge Base, training and support systems, and if you or your teams need help with any aspect of using WebClipDrop, you can reach out to her at linnette@webclipdrop.io

Thomas Strohmyer - Solutions Expert

Thomas background is in market analysis and solutions selling for online solutions. He comes to us from Anytime Fitness where he was a business analyst and prior worked for Delegate as a solutions sales consultant. If you're interested in a demo or discussing the use of WebClipDrop to help your sales or recruiting teams go 2x faster, you can reach him at thomas@webclipdrop.io

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