MPP Global Hires Gina Kang as VP Marketing in Relocated NYC Office

by | Nov 9, 2017

MPP Global, a subscription and billing platform providing enterprises with the freedom to deploy flexible business models that drive recurring revenue streams, announced the move of its North American headquarters in New York to the WeWork office in Midtown, on 49th Street between 5th and Madison Avenue, to accommodate the growing team.

Gina Kang recently joined MPP Global as VP of Marketing and will lead NORAM marketing efforts from this office.

“It is an exciting time at MPP Global as we expand our physical footprint around the globe,” said CEO and Co-Founder Paul Johnson. “It is important that as we continue to innovate our eSuite platform that we also provide local service for our clients worldwide. We’ve added several new bright minds to the team this year and these new offices will set up our team and our clients for continued success.”

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