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​Vizolution recruits Richard Hurst as marketing director

Vizolution has recruited former Trigold marketing manager Richard Hurst as its marketing director.

Hurst has almost twenty years experience within the mortgage industry and has previously worked with Vizolution chief executive Bill Safran at Trigold.

In his new role, Hurst will be charged with growing the business in the financial service sector and expanding into new markets including pharmaceuticals, telephone companies and utilities in both the UK and abroad.

Safran says: “I worked with Richard for over 10 years at Trigold and so I’m delighted that he has agreed to join us at Vizolution. We are growing rapidly and Richard will help us to accelerate the growth still further, both in financial services and taking us into new markets.”

Richard Hurst adds: “It is great to join Bill again after several years of working in different companies. Vizolution is an ambitious company and has a great product in vScreen which is going to transform the way that firms interact with their customers.”

Vizolution has now made three key appointments so far this summer, after appointing a customer proposition director in June and a new business development manager in July.



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