Proforma Hires Chris Piper as Vice President of Business Development
Proforma, Cleveland, has hired Chris Piper as its vice president of business development. Piper has more than 20 years of experience helping independent sales professionals grow their businesses and win enterprise-level accounts. In his role with Proforma, Piper will help accelerate the organization’s growth, in part, by coaching Proforma owners to maximize their business success.
“We are thrilled to have Chris Piper join Proforma’s management team,” said Greg Muzzillo, founder of Proforma. “We believe Chris’s knowledge and experience will have an immediate impact on the growth of Proforma and our owners.”
Piper, a PPAI Fellow, has shared his marketing and branding knowledge with companies, such as Nike and Intel, various Fortune 500 businesses and universities. He has been a featured speaker at PPAI's annual Expo and has presented to The Association of Luxury Suite Directors. Prior to joining Proforma, Piper served as vice president of business development for Boundless, regional vice president for HALO Branded Solutions and as director of business development for PPAI.
“Over the past 20 years, I’ve worked with many industry distributors and suppliers, and Proforma clearly stands head and shoulders above the rest,” said Piper. “Proforma has incredible strategic foresight and provides its owners and sales reps with the industry’s best suite of resources to maximize their success. I believe Proforma is the best choice for any distributor or sales rep looking to take his or her opportunity in the industry to the next level.”
Piper currently serves as chairman on the PPAI public relations and advocacy committee. He is also the current Oregon Liaison for the Medal of Honor Character Development Program through the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, and is a past-president of the Northwest Promotional Marketing Association.
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