“We are pleased to have someone of Len’s caliber on our management team," says Bernard May, president of National Positions.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
National Positions, an industry leader in Internet marketing, appointed Len May as Vice President of Sales.
Joining National Positions' executive management team, Mr. May will be responsible for leading the company’s sales operations.
Mr. May brings a wealth of experience in customer acquisition and business development. He has proven success maximizing revenue growth and market penetration for numerous companies in new media entertainment and technology.
“We are pleased to have someone of Len’s caliber on our management team," says Bernard May, president of National Positions. "Len is just the type of person we are looking for to help spearhead our continued fast-paced growth.”
Prior to joining National Positions Mr. May was Managing Director for Open Music Society Foundation, where he played a pivotal role in leading the organization’s marketing, communication and strategic growth. Mr. May’s decorated career also includes Director of Cognizant Technology Solutions and Senior Manager, Web Marketing and e –business at PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Mr. May brings to National Positions expert knowledge of innovative sales strategy in high-tech industries as well as an entrepreneurial approach to product strategies that enables rapid growth.
His responsibilities will include sales leadership, coaching and mentoring and performance-based metrics.
To learn more about National Positions, visit http://www.nationalpositions.com.
About National Positions:
Based in Los Angeles, California, National Positions is a leader in Internet marketing and Search Engine Optimization. National Positions has consistently ranked as the #1 or #2 SEO Company on Google for the last 6 years. For four consecutive years, National Positions has been named one of America's fastest growing private companies by Inc. Magazine. The company has offices around the world and provides services to companies of all sizes large and small, including Wal-Mart, Land Rover, Sanyo, Minolta and Sandals.