Pushpay Holdings Ltd

Pushpay Holdings to boost marketing capabilities through U.S. appointment

Experienced executive is company’s new chief marketing officer.

The company’s mobile commerce tools facilitate non-point of sale payments

Pushpay Holdings Ltd (ASX:PPH) (NZSX:PPH) aims to expand its marketing capabilities, particular in North America, through appointing an experienced U.S. executive as chief marketing officer.

Guy Weismantel joins Pushpay with more than 20 years of experience in driving bottom-line results and building successful marketing teams.

He has done this through differentiated branding, product messaging, product positioning and strategic customer engagement.

Developing marketing strategies

As chief marketing officer at Pushpay, Weismantel will be responsible for developing and executing on marketing strategies.

Pushpay provides engagement solutions that enable meaningful connections and mobile commerce tools that facilitate fast, secure and easy non-point of sale payments.

Its payment solutions are aimed at the faith sector, not-for-profit organisations and education providers.

Leading brand in faith sector

Pushpay is the leading brand in the North American faith sector.

Weismantel joins Pushpay from Marchex where he was the executive vice president of marketing.

He has held previous marketing leadership positions at global organisations including Expedia and Microsoft, as well as several start-up and high-growth SaaS businesses.

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