Preoday is pleased to welcome Nick Hucker to the role of Head of Business Development. Nick will be responsible for growing an international sales force and spreading the message about Preoday’s online and mobile ordering platform to hospitality and events businesses around the world.
Previously Nick was Regional Sales Lead for Northern Europe, Middle East and Africa at global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson. In this role he was responsible for all software solutions sales across the Life and Non-Life solutions, Enterprise risk platform, Iaas and Saas solutions. He managed over 150 clients and a senior sales team. Nick has also worked at Microsoft UK, SunGard iWORKS and London First Group.
Nick comments: “I’m excited for this opportunity to show hospitality businesses how they can grow and improve their customer experience at the same time with mobile and online ordering. Preoday has a great platform and more companies should know about it.”
Andrew White, CEO of Preoday, welcomes Nick: “Having Nick Hucker on the team will help take Preoday to the next level. His international experience and drive will help show businesses large and small why digital ordering should not just be the future for their business, but the present.”
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