News : Bryan Cox Resigns as Zendesk’s Chief Revenue Officer
San Francisco, CA, USA, Aug 8, 2017 -- Zendesk, Inc. (NYSE: ZEN) announced that Chief Revenue Officer Bryan Cox has resigned effective September 15, 2017 to pursue an opportunity in the venture capital industry. Mr. Cox has agreed to remain at Zendesk until the date of his resignation to assist in the transition of his responsibilities.
"We’re sorry to see Bryan go, but understand and are excited for him in his new role," said Mikkel Svane, Zendesk CEO, chairman and founder. "Under Bryan’s leadership, we’ve made great progress in our go to market organization. We’ve organized our sales teams under exceptionally strong senior leadership and supplemented them with great resources on our customer experience, strategy and operations teams. In marketing, the recent addition of Jeff Titterton as our Senior Vice President of Marketing has made a tremendous impact in a short amount of time. I know the momentum we have built will carry forward through this transition."
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