Goodway Technologies Creates New Role of Executive Vice President of Revenue

Goodway Technologies, a global leader in industrial maintenance and cleaning solutions, announces the promotion of Tim Robb to Executive Vice President of Revenue.

For nearly 15 years, Robb has led Goodway Technologies’ integrated marketing efforts, playing a critical role in its growth, expansion, and new business developments. Under his leadership, Goodway built a robust and highly efficient marketing team, developed new processes for strategic planning and execution, and improved multiple business operations.

In this newly created role, Robb will lead consolidated global sales and marketing strategy and execution, guiding Goodway Technologies toward continued growth in strategic markets like HVAC, manufacturing, food and beverage production, power and utilities, and more.

“Tim’s promotion is a testament to his contributions to Goodway and how important his expertise was in developing successful marketing endeavors,” said Tim Kane, President and CEO of Goodway Technologies. “Tim will continue to be a valuable asset to help navigate the path as we extend our sales network into new markets.”

Robb began his career at Goodway Technologies in 2009 as a Marketing Specialist, quickly working his way up to Director of Marketing and then Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Business Development. His most recent role was Senior Vice President, Marketing and Growth. 

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