PTWI announces promotion of Mitch Suzuki to Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy
Pole To Win International (PTWI) announces the promotion of executive team member Mitch Suzuki who moves into the role of Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy.
With a successful track record of over five years at PTWI, Mitch’s roles have included Chief Operating Officer of Pole To Win Europe, President of Pole To Win Europe and latterly the strategic position of Corporate Secretary for PTWI. These roles have seen Mitch plan and implement effective management schemes and procedures for daily operations. Mitch was instrumental in launching Pole To Win’s first delivery center in Europe and in setting up Pole To Win Europe (PTWE) which is now known as Pole To Win UK (PTWUK).
Mitch brings over 20 years’ managerial experience gained through previous roles with Oki Data Corporation, Oki Electric Industry Co, Ltd and Sanki Engineering Co, Ltd.
Mitch has made significant, tangible contributions to the success of the company- Deborah Kirkham, President and Chief Operating Officer
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In his new role as Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Mitch will develop and implement optimal structures, systems, policies, and plans to add ongoing value to the corporate portfolio. This senior executive level commitment to strategy will focus on identifying, prioritizing and capturing business and growth opportunities that reflect PTWI’s corporate vision.
In addition to his Corporate Strategy role, Mitch holds longstanding relationships with many of PTWI’s strategic partners; these clients will remain his top priority.
Deborah Kirkham, President and Chief Operating Officer, said “This promotion is an extremely well-deserved opportunity for one of our top executives. Mitch has made significant, tangible contributions to the success of the company and has repeatedly shown his skills and knowledge in corporate management and operations to stay abreast of industry trends and changes, and strategize accordingly. I eagerly await to see how Mitch shapes his new role and drives corporate strategy.”