Behaviorally Announces Employee Promotions

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Following Outstanding Performances and Key Contributions to the Company

(New Jersey) Behaviorally is pleased to announce today the recent promotions of several employees with over twelve promotions globally. In the past year, Behaviorally has seen rapid growth with new offices all around the world including Los Angeles, Mexico City, Dallas, Dubai, Bangkok, Manila, Manchester, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Melbourne, Geneva, New York City, and Chicago.

Behaviorally applies a digital-first approach to insights, a unique behavioral framework, state-of-the-art AI technology, and decades of category expertise to define and diagnose the factors that influence human behavior to help brands achieve the most valuable moment in marketing: when a purchase transaction occurs.

The highlighted promotions of these senior employees within the company include:

Joe Corace

Promoted to:
Senior Vice President

Grant Montague

Promoted to:
Senior Vice President

Jenna Cippoletti

Promoted to:
Director, Client Development

Behaviorally’s Group President, Crispin Beale, said of the recent promotions, “We are thrilled to announce these well-deserved promotions. These individuals have shown exceptional commitment and dedication to our company and have played a significant role in our success. We have every confidence that they will excel in their new roles and make valuable contributions to our company’s continued progress.”

Behaviorally prides itself on providing a supportive and challenging work environment that fosters employee growth and development. The company is committed to recognizing and rewarding outstanding performance, and these promotions are a testament to that commitment.

About Behaviorally: We are Behaviorally, The Transaction Experts. With decades of global experience and category expertise in consumer marketing insights, we apply our unique behavioral framework, cutting-edge AI technology, and a digital-first approach to help brands achieve the most valuable moment in marketing: when a purchase transaction occurs.

More information about Behaviorally can be found at:
Twitter: @behaviorallyinc
For Media Inquiries: Janice Lai, VP, Marketing

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