We are pleased to announce the addition of a talented new professional to the Fitneff team.
Heather Lielmanis is joining our team as Regional Vice President of Business Development. She will be responsible for business development and client relations related to our new products and services geared towards the Business to Business (B2B) channel. Heather comes with an extensive background in marketing, sales and client services. She has a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen's University, and spent 12 years working at Rogers Media Inc. creating innovative campaigns for national, tier-one brands. Heather is passionate about running, growing and cooking healthy foods and will take any opportunity she can get to brush up on her conversational French.
Heather will be encouraging Canadian businesses to incorporate Fitneff products into the workplace, enabling employees to maintain productivity while walking or standing. Please join us in welcoming Heather to our team!
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More about Fitneff Inc: www.walktop.com @fitneff
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