CHEQ: New US Leadership Hires. Comes as part of US Expansion


We are pleased to announce the appointment of David Greenberger as Vice President of Sales North America, alongside Edwin Choi, who joins as Vice President of Customer Success North America. This comes as part of CHEQ’s US expansion plans, aimed at boosting the company’s rapid growth and further solidifying its position as the leading cybersecurity company in the digital media space.

Greenberger joins CHEQ from Hitachi Vantara where he led enterprise sales and has previously held senior leadership positions at Splash, Foursquare, and Yext. He will be tasked with expanding the US sales team and leading the company’s revenue growth in the region.

Choi joins CHEQ from IPG’s Kinesso where he was VP Product Management. Prior to joining CHEQ, Edwin served as Director of Customer Success at Datorama (acquired by Salesforce) and has previously held positions at IBM and Accenture. In his new role he will oversee US Customer Success, while continuing to grow the global teams.

“Edwin and David both bring a wealth of experience from great technology, media and SaaS companies like Datorama, Foursquare and Kinesso,” said Guy Tytunovich, founder and CEO of CHEQ. “We’re fortunate to have such great talent join our US leadership and we look forward to continued growth and success with them at our side.”

Edwin Choi said, “It’s exciting to see CHEQ’s world class cybersecurity technology being applied so successfully to digital media. With demand for online ad-security continuing to grow, CHEQ is in pole position to become one of the major players in emerging tech, so naturally I’m delighted for the opportunity to lead the company’s CS operation.”

David Greenberger added, “The growth trajectory of this company has been amazing. The addressable market is almost limitless. I’m truly thrilled to have the opportunity to lead the sales organization at such an ambitious rocket-ship and look forward to continued, rapid growth in 2020 and beyond.”

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