Experienced marketing and sales leaders join the company to support its forward-looking growth trajectory
Pipedrive, the global sales-first CRM and intelligent revenue platform for small businesses, announced the appointment of Sean Evers as Vice President of Sales, and the addition of two marketing executives. James Stoker joined Pipedrive as Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Heni Hazbay as Vice President of Demand Generation Marketing.
“I am thrilled to welcome Sean, James and Heni to our team at such a critical point in our journey,” said Dominic Allon, CEO of Pipedrive. “Pipedrive is experiencing exceptional growth right now as small businesses globally begin to realize, now more than ever, how important customer data and relationships are to their success and longevity. As we continue to scale, we are investing in expanding our sales and marketing departments with these appointments, and believe these individuals will be absolutely integral in helping us grow in the years ahead.”
Evers brings nearly two decades of sales experience to Pipedrive working at companies, including Funding Circle UK where he served as Head of Global Sales, Fluidly and Sage where he was Vice President of Sales, and Pitney Bowes and Spicerhaart as Director of Sales Operations respectively. At Pipedrive, he is responsible for developing sales plans and strategies, organizing and maintaining sales operations, and leading sales teams.
Stoker joins Pipedrive to head up brand, packaging and pricing, and product marketing. He has over 20 years of global brand and marketing experience in the technology, media, telecoms and financial services sectors. This includes working with iconic brands, including Sky, T-Mobile and Orange, where he was Vice President of Marketing for Europe. He joins from Lloyds Banking Group, where he was responsible for managing the brands of the UK’s largest domestic banking group.
Hazbay comes to Pipedrive from Vodafone where he served as Global Head of Digital Marketing and Sales where he was responsible for strategy and execution of commercial digital programs and e-commerce. Prior to Vodafone, Hazbay worked in similar marketing roles for Microsoft, Google and YouTube, among other companies, and digitally transforming companies using technology and data is his specialty.