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NetPlus Makes Organizational Changes

NetPlus Alliance has made new hires and organizational changes to support its accelerated growth in recent years.

NetPlus Alliance has made new hires and organizational changes to support its accelerated growth.

Since 2020, NetPlus has reported 90% purchases growth between distributor members and preferred suppliers. Additionally, the group added 96 new distributors and 60 new suppliers and business providers, NetPlus officials said in a Jan. 12 news release.

Effective Jan. 1, NetPlus Alliance:

    • Promoted Paul Byrnes to Senior Vice President of Development to oversee the distributor and supplier development, member services, marketing, program, and events teams.
    • Promoted Zach Brado to Vice President of Development and Marketing. He will continue to support NetPlus suppliers, review and update rebate program contracts, and evaluate new supplier prospects, as well as directly manage the marketing, program, and events team.  Todd Washburn will continue as Vice President of Business Development, connecting NetPlus distributors and suppliers to facilitate organic growth. Washburn oversees and communicates information from the NetPlus Alliance Supplier Spend Survey to drive conversion and consolidation to NetPlus suppliers. He will continue to manage Manufacturer’s Rep relationships.
    • Hired Scott Hanson as Business Development Director. He will be actively calling on distributor members to provide support and build awareness of NetPlus programs and benefits.
    • Hired Cynthia Gabriele as Director of Engagement and Events to oversee the annual meeting, training and education, and NetPlus programs, including Growth Plus and NetPlus Perks.
    • Named Jennifer McMillan Human Resources Manager to take on all HR responsibilities, as well as hiring and onboarding new employees. McMillan will retain the role of Executive Assistant and Office Manager.

NetPlus Alliance’s Owner, President and CEO joined the MDM Podcast to discuss how the role of buying groups has evolved in recent years and why distribution’s fragmentation continues to serve the channel well, among other topics. Check out the episode.

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