LinkGreen Bolsters Management Team With Mike Phillips as VP of Sales

November 28, 2019 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Barrie, ON - After an incredible 2019, LinkGreen is going into the New Year with a new VP of Sales in place for what promises to be their biggest year ever. They are thrilled to announce that they have added Mike Phillips to LinkGreen's Management as the new VP of Sales.

LinkGreen's team will gain Phillips' 20+ years of working with startups and technology companies. He started his career in the manufacturing sector, working with family-owned companies to help with sales and production efficiencies.

Phillips then took his talents to the agency world and began working with household names and major brands such as Kraft, Kelloggs and Diageo. He provided them with new insights and fresh perspectives on product designs and launches.

"We have been gaining a lot of great traction in both the US and Canada. Having Mike join our team to lead our growth is going to be a huge asset," said Warren Patterson, President, LinkGreen Software.

"I am incredibly excited to be part of this growing team," said Phillips.

He added, "LinkGreen is already a proven platform that is being trusted by a lot of B2B brands to support their wholesale ordering. I look forward to helping the company expand our reach and helping even more clients simplify their ordering process."


About LinkGreen
LinkGreen is a technology solution that connects industry supply chains to make wholesale buying and selling fast and easy. The company has created a fully connected and integrated supply chain that provides innovative operational efficiencies, modern sales, and marketing opportunities, and familiar digital ordering experience for suppliers, distributors, and retailers.

Now in its fourth year of operation, LinkGreen serves multiple industries, including Lumber & Building Materials, Greenhouse, Nursery & Floriculture, Lawn & Garden, Cannabis, and Home Decor. With over $1 billion in vendor supply available, there are more than 5,000 registered wholesale buyers who now enjoy an electronic supply chain.

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