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Leonard Murphy appointed as ‘Strategic Corporate Development Advisor’ for Potentiate

MEDIA RELEASE: 14 January 2020: Potentiate, an Australian-based Human Experience (‘HX’) company, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Leonard (“Lenny”) Murphy as their Strategic Corporate Development Advisor.

Lenny’s focus will be on Potentiate’s growth strategy in North America. Specifically, identifying companies that will accelerate expansion in this region.

Potentiate CEO Peter Harris says, ‘North America is a critical market for us and Lenny is one of the most influential thought-leaders in the world. His expansive knowledge of the market research industry in the US is a huge asset, we’re so excited he’ll be working with us’.

Murphy adds, ‘I’ve had the honor of getting to know the Potentiate team over the past few years on multiple fronts and have been impressed with their vision and the leadership to back it up. It’s also a passion of mine to help companies connect and partner for mutual benefit, so to be able to combine my immense respect for Potentiate with my desire to help companies grow through developing new relationships is a perfect match’.

Murphy is well known for his public role driving content and product strategy for GreenBook – the world’s leading platform for content and marketing support for the research industry – for the last decade, where he will continue to be Executive Editor and Producer.  He will also continue his roles as Senior Partner at management consultancy firm Gen2 Advisors, as a Director at data privacy platform Veriglif, and his various other advisory and Board positions with numerous other companies. The synergies between these roles and his appointment with Potentiate will ensure maximum impact for all involved.

His impressive career also includes: CEO of full-service agency Rockhopper Research; and CEO of tech-driven start-up BrandScan360.

Website: Potentiate

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