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Dan Suozzi has been promoted to the newly created role of chief revenue officer, North America for essensys

essensys Elevates Dan Suozzi to New Role of Chief Revenue Officer, North America 

essensys plc has appointed Dan Suozzi to the newly created position of chief revenue officer for North America. Suozzi was previously SVP, East Coast at essensys, after joining the company in July 2021.  

Jeremy Bernard, CEO of North America at essensys, said: “The creation of this new position is indicative of essensys’ significant growth in North America, and our continued focus on building and nurturing strong client relationships. Dan has a clear passion for our industry and an intricate understanding of the benefits of technology to the commercial real estate market.” 

Prior to essensys, Suozzi served as chief real estate officer at Breather, VP of business development and later chief revenue officer at Workframe, and director of real estate at IWG (formerly The Regus Group). While there, he managed a portfolio of more than 350 locations and eight million square feet of rentable office space.  


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