(TORONTO, CANADA) — GrowthSpace, a leader in scaled-up personalized mentoring and coaching for tech employees, has appointed Mark Wickware as its Commercial Country Leader with responsibility for Canada.
Wickware’s appointment, which went into effect this March, will significantly bolster GrowthSpace’s presence in Canada. North America remains GrowthSpace’s main target market.
According to GrowthSpace CEO and founder Omer Glass: “Canada has always been one of the countries at the forefront of HR and employee development. Mark’s addition to the team will strengthen our on-the-ground presence and enable us to work hand in hand with organizations throughout the country to roll out employee development programs.”
Glass added: “I am very pleased to welcome Mark Wickware to the GrowthSpace team. Mark is a highly experienced business executive and his experience with global companies aligns perfectly with our growth objectives.
His local knowledge of Canada will prove a strategic asset as we continue to make progress in forging relations with businesses in the country.”
Mark Wickware commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining GrowthSpace at this point in their development. From the moment I met with the founders and learned about their differentiating and revolutionary coaching and mentoring platform, I knew this would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I am excited to be part of this vibrant team and look forward, with all my energy, passion, and knowledge, to this journey.”
GrowthSpace develops a technology platform that enables organizations to scale up personalized one-to-one learning and development (L&D) employee development programs.
The GrowthSpace platform enables HR users to roll out streamlined and channel-agnostic training strategies while providing innovative matching and measurement functionalities enabling more targeted and effective L&D spend.
GrowthSpace supports Fortune 500 clients like Intel, Applied Materials, EY, and MSD as well as fast-growing organizations like Gain Sight, Check Point and Taboola.
The platform is used in more than 30 countries worldwide.