Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
The Jellyvision Lab announced that its Board of Directors has promoted Amanda Lannert, the Company’s President, to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Lannert succeeds Harry Gottlieb, it's Founder. With Ms. Lannert's promotion, Mr. Gottlieb, 46, will be able to focus on evangelizing, new product development, strategy and culture.
Ms. Lannert, 39, has been with Jellyvision since 2000 and has served as the Company’s President since 2001. As CEO, she will focus on strategy, operations, and client acquisition to fuel The Jellyvision Lab’s growth, as well as to fuel her exposure to new, vowel-heavy words that may help her win a game of Words With Friends.
Prior to joining The Jellyvision Lab, Ms. Lannert managed global brands for Kellogg’s while at Leo Burnett, where she developed strategies and implemented campaigns for Pop-Tarts and Nutri-Grain bars, in addition to spending two years in a new business and new brand development think tank.
Harry Gottlieb, Founder of The Jellyvision Lab, said “I mean, look, Amanda has essentially been doing 89% of the CEO job since 2008. Since we’ve doubled our revenue three out of the last four years – AND she can finish my sentences, I figured I’d just better hand over the keys.”
“It’s an honor to lead The Jellyvision Lab at such an exciting time in our Company’s history,” said Lannert. “We are grateful to partner with almost 100 rock star, mostly Fortune 1000 clients, such as Aetna, Comcast, and Microsoft, and we’re looking forward to helping even more companies connect with their audiences and move the needle via our interactive communication solutions for desktop, mobile, and emerging platforms. Between our digital agency work and ALEX, the Jellyvision Benefits Counselor, there’s a lot to do.”
The Jellyvision Lab also promoted Tom Haley to the position of Group Creative Director, promoted Chris Weil to the position of Director of Creative Development, and promoted the Company’s HT5320 Massage Chair to the position of Vice President of Talent Relaxation. Haley and Weil were too busy working to comment on their promotions. The HT5320 Massage Chair couldn’t comment on its promotion due to the fact that is, in fact, a chair.
About The Jellyvision Lab
If your company website has a lot to say and is currently doing it in a way that’s too technical or filled with corporate jargon, marketing speak, impersonalized FAQs, and outsourced sales reps referring to massive binders of robotic text, then you should seriously consider calling The Jellyvision Lab today. For more information and sample work, visit jellyvisionlab.com.
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