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Vizibl Appoints Chief Marketing Officer to Drive Growth in 2021

Experienced marketing and procurement professional, Sarah Clarke, hired to accelerate Vizibl’s expansion plans

Vizibl, the leading SaaS platform for Supplier Collaboration & Innovation, today announced the appointment of Sarah Clarke as Chief Marketing Officer. Reporting to CEO, Mark Perera, Sarah will be responsible for overseeing the strategy, planning, and execution of Vizibl’s marketing initiatives in order to deliver on key business objectives.

Sarah comes armed with over 15 years’ experience in the marketing and procurement sectors. She previously served as Field Marketing Director for Northern Europe, Middle East, North Africa, and Asia Pacific at BravoSolution (acquired by Jaggaer in 2017). In this role, Sarah was responsible for establishing the strategic direction of marketing across these regions and target markets in close alignment with BravoSolution’s wider business strategy. Her work over her 12-year tenure was instrumental in growing the company from €10 million to €100million in annual revenue.

Before joining Vizibl, Sarah was Director for Global Marketing at TSA Solutions, based in Singapore.

Commenting on her appointment, Sarah says: “I’m extremely excited to join Vizibl. I believe it is ahead of its time in delivering a robust strategic Supplier Collaboration & Innovation solution, unrivalled in the market, which can address the business, societal, and economic challenges that procurement professionals are facing. I’m looking forward to working with the entire Vizibl team to continue delivering tangible business value to the procurement community.”

Mark Perera, CEO of Vizibl, adds: “I know from first-hand experience that Sarah is the perfect fit for Vizibl; I’m delighted that she has joined as our new CMO. With her extensive supply chain and procurement knowledge, I’m confident that Sarah – and the wider marketing team – will deliver exciting and innovative initiatives that will help the business achieve our ambitious growth targets.”