CallFire Taps Brooke Temple as SVP of Strategic Partnerships

Veteran Sales and Marketing Executive to Oversee Business Development and Support Company’s Fast-Paced Growth

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Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

CallFire, the cloud-based phone and text platform that helps organizations market to their target audiences, today announced that Brooke Temple has joined the company as senior vice president, strategic partnerships. With more than 15 years of business development and digital marketing experience, Temple will head up sales efforts, customer acquisition strategies for large enterprise level clients, and develop key third party vendors relationships.

“While CallFire has organically grown a tremendous amount in the past few years, we felt now was the time to bring in the right seasoned executive to shepherd the next phase of our growth,” said Ron Burr, CEO, CallFire. “Brooke has successfully executed against marketing strategies with both Fortune 500 companies and the SMB industry. We are excited to have him join the team in this new role as we continue to scale the business.”

Temple most recently served as a vice president at Vantage Media, where he oversaw the growth of strategic partnerships, including multiple portals on Yahoo!, and the expansion of Vantage Media’s home services ad network. Prior to Vantage Media, he was the top performing business development director at The Search Agency.

“I’m excited to join the veteran CallFire team to build on their momentum by developing large partner relationships,” said Brooke Temple. “Effectively, with over 200,000 customers, CallFire is already serving many of the largest companies at the ground level. By formalizing those relationships at the corporate level, our partners will multiply the incremental revenue we provide, gain comprehensive reporting and enjoy greater control over compliance and brand guidelines in their messaging.“

Temple holds a J.D. from Duke University School of Law and received his B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania.

About CallFire:
CallFire, Inc. (http://www.CallFire.com) provides phone and text services to help companies efficiently communicate with their clients and constituents. Intuitive enough for the newest business, while robust enough for the Fortune 500 . . . discover why over 200,000 users have relied on CallFire since 2006.


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