ExhibitForce, a provider of event and project management technology for event and marketing managers and tradeshow professionals, recently announced a new company president and vice president.
Steve Gorham has been promoted to president and Gwen Hill, CTSM, has been promoted to senior vice president, business development. Both promotions are effective immediately.
As president, Gorham will lead the company’s strategic planning and expansion, and will continue to direct the design and delivery of cloud-based applications for a wide range of markets including financial services, healthcare, education, transportation and technology. From an innovation perspective, Gorham will also continue to manage the company’s development efforts.
As the lead software architect responsible for the design and development of ExhibitForce.com, Gorham has held positions of increasing responsibility since joining ExhibitForce.com in 2001. He most recently served as director of development, where he was responsible for experiential cloud software development. Gorman has had proven success delivering new products to market including the EXHIBITOR Buyer Choice Award-winning Personal Edition and the TS2’s Premier Breakthrough Zone Award-winning Project Edition.
Hill will lead business development initiatives at ExhibitForce. A proven business development executive with more than 10 years in communications, marketing and business development, Hill joined ExhibitForce in 2002. She is a member of the Exhibit Designers and Producers Association Board of Directors and is also an active member of the Exhibit and Event Marketers Association, serving as a CTSM Mentor to other candidates on the path to obtaining credentials.
Together with ExhibitForce.com, Gorham and Hill introduced efmediastation.com at EXHIBITOR2013. Media Station drives business intelligence, providing analytical and performance applications in a single, mobile platform. Media Station also helps deliver higher revenues through insight-driven lead retrieval, while lowering print/distribution costs and increasing overall sales productivity.