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Mark Simon joins Glow Advisory Board

MEDIA RELEASE: May 17 2022: Mark Simon, an internationally recognised research technology and scale-up expert has joined the Advisory Board of research technology company, Glow.  


Mark Simon, a respected strategic advisor and growth leader joins Glow to help support further expansion into the UK and US. Mark will be applying his 25+ years experience in scaling businesses, M&A and go-to-market strategy to support the continued growth of the business in both markets.    

“Glow has a unique research technology offer combining simple to use software with expert support on demand that helps businesses generate new insights they can act on quickly. Combine that with their specialism in ESG/sustainability measurement and you have a business that is really helping brands create impact and that is something I’m thrilled to support,” Mark says.

Mark has had a successful career across multiple industries including success maturing startups into multimillion-dollar companies, scaling international firms and leading global growth for companies of all sizes. He was an early employee at market research technology platform Toluna, taking the company to 9 figures in revenue and led transformation at public IT SaaS leader Datto. Currently, he is a partner at Traction Advising, a sell-side M&A boutique advisory firm helping SaaS companies to exit. 

Tim Clover, Glow CEO & Founder says “Mark’s experience in driving the growth and profitability of dynamic research and technology based businesses across multiple markets is perfectly suited to our stage of development.  He is truly world-class and we are excited to have Mark’s strategic input as we embark on the next stage of our development”. 

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