I’m excited to be part of such an innovative organization such as HappyDesk.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
Shared Space Provider HappyDesk announces staff additions to its sales and client ambassador departments. Fueled by growth and demand, HappyDesk welcomes shared space veteran Brian Lantzy to its sales team and Christina Diddle and Emily Daines as its newest client ambassadors.
“We’re delighted to welcome our newest employees to the Happy Team,” says HappyDesk President, Dorthy Bright. “Brian, Emily and Christina bring an array of expertise that will back the strong support we guarantee our clients,” continues Bright.
Prior to joining HappyDesk, Brian Lantzy was the Executive Vice President at Shift Workspaces, a hybrid office suite and coworking facility in Denver, Colorado. He was responsible for the supervision of daily operations and assisted in the acquisition and development of new workspace properties. “I’m excited to be part of such an innovative organization such as HappyDesk,” says Lantzy.
Before becoming part of the HappyDesk team, Christina Diddle worked in creative departments in metropolitan areas such as Kansas City and San Francisco. Diddle dotes, “I’m thrilled to be part of such a fast-paced and creative company.” Emily Daines maintains a technology background and is currently studying Organizational Leadership with a concentration in education at Northern Kentucky University.
HappyDesk credits its company expansion to the operational efficiency it brings its shared space clients. HappyDesk’s current clientele spans ten countries across four continents.
HappyDesk's Sharing-space-as-a-service (Saas) software platform was created with a singular purpose – to enhance the human connection between shared space providers and seekers. Space providers leverage HappyDesk’s white label e-commerce, CRM, billing, proposal, door access and marketplace to increase engagement. The result: providers enjoy satisfied clients, increased revenue and greater efficiencies. Seekers rely on HappyDesk because of the endless amount of shared space options they can search and reserve. With hundreds of providers across four continents, direct engagement between provider and end-user has never been so easy or transparent.