HiBob appoints Sarah Reynolds as Chief Marketing Officer
HiBob, the company behind Bob, the HR platform, has announced the appointment of accomplished SaaS marketing expert Sarah Reynolds (they/them) to Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).
A veteran of the HR software market, Sarah will bring their deep industry knowledge, passion for storytelling, and keen eye for performance insights to bear in scaling HiBob’s global reach, building on the company’s reputation for next-generation HR technology. They will also maintain a steely focus on continuous innovation, and customer outcomes to drive go-to-market excellence and grow its footprint in the mid-market.
A proud advocate for inclusive, people-centric growth strategies, Sarah has a strong track record of delivering transformative results. Prior to joining HiBob, Sarah was Chief Marketing Officer at Udacity, where they led global brand, marketing, and communications across the Company’s consumer, enterprise, and government go-to-market motions.
Previously, they were Head of Commercial Marketing at PTC, where they focused on pipeline generation, value-driven messaging, marketing operations excellence, team culture, and talent development, and Vice President of Marketing at Salary.com, where they oversaw global marketing.
Ronni Zehavi, CEO and Co-Founder of HiBob, said: “A great CMO is an alchemist: blending brand and marketing with strategy and growth. I believe we found this quality in Sarah and I’m so happy to welcome them to the HiBob village.
“I’m excited about the future and look forward to seeing the effects that their vision and in-depth understanding of the B2B and HR marketing landscapes will bring to HiBob’s growth.”
Sarah commented: “I am thrilled to join HiBob, a company I have long admired for their innovative product, groundswell of customer support, and deep commitment to company culture. HiBob is on a mission to transform how organisations operate in the modern world of work, and I see a tremendous opportunity for us to help bring new stories and fresh perspectives to life in the HR market.
“From experience, I’ve seen how empowering HR leaders to drive organisational change, manage through uncertainty, engage remote and hybrid teams, and push DEI&B strategies forward can unlock truly transformational outcomes for organisations, even in the face of challenging circumstances.
“Yet so often, they work behind the scenes, rather than from a well-deserved place in the spotlight. I am excited for the opportunity to drive growth and scale at HiBob, and look forward to partnering with our customers to shine a light on new insights, best practices, and ways of making an impact on organisations as we navigate the future of work together.”