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essensys Names 16-Year Veteran to Lead East Coast Business Development

essensys, a global provider of software and technology to the flexible workspace industry, has appointed Dan Suozzi  as SVP, East Coast business development. He comes to essensys with more than 16 years of experience in commercial real estate as a broker and developer for workspace operators and solution providers, most recently serving as chief real estate officer at Breather.

“I’m excited to welcome Dan to the essensys team,” said Jeremy Bernard, CEO, North America, essensys. “His depth and diversity of experience in commercial real estate and strategic organizational development will be a major asset as we continue to enable landlords to deliver flexible real estate solutions across the country.” 

Suozzi served as VP of business development and later chief revenue officer for Workframe, a software provider for commercial real estate project management. He also served as director of real estate, East Coast eegion, for commercial real estate firm IWG.  


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