Supahands appoints Greg Meehan as Chief Revenue Officer
By Digital News Asia April 2, 2020
- Internal promotion for its Head of Sales, been with company since 2016
- Meehan will drive next phase of Supahands’ growth globally in challenging times
Supahands, the end-to-end data labeling partner for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence quality training data sets, has announced the appointment of Greg Meehan as their Chief Revenue Officer.
In his new role, Meehan is responsible for establishing and driving revenue strategies and scaling Supahands’ growth globally. He is a Supahands veteran, having joined the company early on in its journey back in 2016.
Meehan had been the Head of Sales at Supahands for several years, and been heavily involved in talent acquisition and growing the business development side of the organisation, in addition to ensuring client satisfaction and retention. His previous work experiences before joining Supahands include stints in the financial services sector, consulting on investment management, driving business development teams, designing and implementing business development training programs, and improving outreach strategies to grow revenue.
“Greg has played a significant role here at Supahands by driving strategic decision-making to determine Supahands’ best business direction at a specific point in time. This has helped accelerate our growth over the years by adapting to market demands,” said Supahands Chief Executive Officer, Mark Koh.
“He brings a combination of critical software sales knowledge and the proven ability to scale and manage teams across various industries. It is crucial in difficult times like these to have a strong leader at the revenue end of the organisation to navigate this unchartered territory, and we are confident that we are in good hands with Greg.”
“It is a tremendous privilege and honour to be entrusted with a leadership role at Supahands in turbulent times like these, and I’m excited to navigate the market challenges we will be facing in the coming months,” says Meehan. “The SupaTeam and I want to continue ensuring business continuity for our clients and partners globally, in addition to doing the best we can to help other businesses in need.”