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Senior appointment at Freespace

As part of its global growth strategy, workplace technology solutions firm, Freespace, has appointed Perry Braun as its new Marketing Director.

With over a decade’s worth of experience in senior marketing roles, both agency and client-side, Braun brings knowledge of optimising UK and international businesses through change management and digital transformation. These roles have previously required a clear leadership style and vision to deliver an array of KPIs. At Freespace, Braun will be responsible for developing and leading the company’s global marketing strategy.

His experience agency-side includes working for MediaCom where he represented brands such as Shell, Nokia, Vertu & AIG. He also worked for Havas International where he led the accounts of Pernod Ricard, AXA, Philips, BBC & Turkish Airways. Braun also brings a wealth of experience in the financial services sector having worked with brands such as FirstData, Infinox Capital, and Interactive Investor.

Commenting on his appointment, Braun said: “This is an exciting time to be joining Freespace, which continues to play a pivotal role in supporting large organisations and their workforce return to offices safely. It has a solid international reputation and I’m excited to play a part in elevating the business further across key markets such as finance and large professional services organisations.”

Raj Krishnamurthy, Freespace CEO, added: “I’m delighted to welcome Perry to the team. He brings a wealth of experience, strengthens our offering, and will play a major role in expanding our global footprint. Our solutions are supporting the return to work across various sectors, and I’m confident Perry will help build our reputation within new markets.”

Freespace’s workplace sensors are installed in a non-invasive way to allow building occupants to behave and move authentically and naturally. It has so far deployed over 100,000 workplace sensors worldwide providing insights into working patterns and office utilisation, supporting the ‘return to work’ across 130 cities, in 80 countries, and five continents.


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