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Proptech Company Arturo Adds New Leadership 

Chicago-based proptech company Arturo has appointed Greg Oslan as CEO and Joe Brown as VP of sales and service. Oslan will be responsible for leading Arturo through a new period of growth, expanding across industries, and building further on Arturo’s technical capabilities.  

Brown will spearhead accelerating revenue growth by acquiring new customers, increasing Arturo’s presence in new channels and markets, and contributing to the overall sales and business development functions. 

Prior to joining Arturo, Oslan served as chairman and/or CEO of multiple companies including RiskSense, Fixmo and Narus. He also led commercial efforts in standing up both the Defense Innovation Unit in Silicon Valley and the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center at the Pentagon.  

Brown brings more than a decade of executive sales experience to Arturo. Previously he was VP of business development for EagleView and CoreLogic. He also served as principal for Spatial Marketing Group, a geospatial systems integrator. 

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