David Perring has been promoted to Chief Insights Officer and will be responsible for developing and increasing strategic insights across all Fosway practice and research areas, including key themes such as our trends and Fosway Realities research, tracking vendor satisfaction, total cost of ownership, and functional frameworks and due diligence.
David, who has been with Fosway Group for more than 12 years, will also continue as lead analyst on the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Talent & People Success, with Myles Runham taking over as lead analyst for Digital Learning.
Dr Sven Elbert has been promoted to Head of Analyst Services. In this new role, Sven will be responsible for the operational development of the analyst team and all related processes. Sven has been with Fosway for nearly 4 years, and has led our Cloud HR and Talent Acquisition research, as well as research on Germany and the wider DACH region. As well as the new role, he will also remain as lead analyst for Cloud HR.
Fosway Group CEO, David Wilson, stays in role as CEO and Chief Analyst with overall responsibility for the strategic direction of Fosway Group research and services to the market.
“We have continuously invested in and grown our research process and analyst team over the last 15 years,” said David Wilson, CEO Fosway Group. “Today’s announcement represents another key step in growing the value of Fosway’s research to our corporate clients and the wider HR, talent and learning market. Congratulations to David and Sven on being promoted into these roles. They bring a huge amount of industry experience, and I look forward to seeing them help accelerate Fosway’s analysis and impact in the market”
These changes follow other recent additions to the team.
As Head of Corporate and Investor services, Liam Butler is responsible for growing Fosway’s corporate and investor business, and in particular driving Fosway’s Corporate Membership which is seeing a significant increase in demand from corporate HR and learning leaders.
And Myles Runham recently joined Fosway Group as a Senior Analyst and lead analyst for digital learning. Myles is responsible for Fosway’s digital learning research including the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning and other related research themes.
Fosway also recently appointed Claire-Marie de Vulliod as lead analyst in France.
Wilson added, “This is a key period of growth for Fosway as we continue to build our brand as the #1 HR industry analyst in Europe and internationally. We are also seeing significant interest in our new Corporate Membership service as HR and learning leaders look to make better strategy and buying decisions based on our unique market analysis and insights.”
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