Experienced Latin America media executive will lead global sales strategy for KMGI group of companies including Yandiki, Creative Talent in the Cloud, TransparentBusiness.com and SheWorks!
For Immediate Release
New York, NY – October 25, 2016: KMGi Group, a global company focused on providing technology and services to disrupt the world of work announced Today the appointment of Rosemary Winters as Executive Vice President of Growth and Business Development.
With more than 20 years B2B experience working for CondeNast Latin America, Thomson Media, and most recently as CEO of Latin Trade Group, Rosemary Winters will develop and lead the global sales strategy for Yandiki, SheWorks! and TransparentBusiness. This includes expanding and broadening the companies’ presence throughout the U.S. and into Latin American markets.
“Over her career, Rosemary has worked in new business development, partnerships, alliances, and talent development, making her a perfect match to what we are doing and who we are doing it for,” says Yandiki’s CSO and Co-Founder Marcelo Altamura.
Founded in 2014 in Miami, Yandiki is an online platform that connects vetted freelance creative talent with companies seeking leaner, on-demand support. Recognized by CitiGroup as the Top People Management Solution, the platform monitors, manages, rates, and pays team members in the cloud.
TransparentBusiness was created in 2011 and is a web-based application for managing distributed teams. It won a PC World award for Best Cloud Computing Solution. Yandiki was built on TransparentBusiness platform solution, using the technology to manage, monitor and coordinate its growing creative talent pool.
SheWorks! is a Benefit Corporation and the latest integration to KMGi group family. It’s goal is to bring vetted professional women back into the workforce by providing access to flexible and remote-based job opportunities that fit their lives.
Yandiki is ready to leverage its established market position and business philosophy to a global audience. In her new role, Winters will head efforts to expand Yandiki’s corporate client base, which already includes Mastercard, Turner Broadcasting, Google and Criteo, amongst others, as well as build a global sales team.
The Freelance Economy features an emerging class of employees that is no longer motivated to work in traditional jobs with fixed schedules and locations. With young adults, or millennials, expected to represent 75% of the global workforce by 20201, and proven savings available for companies operating telecommuting and remote business models, Yandiki, SheWorks! and TransparentBusiness are well positioned to manage and staff the nomadic workforces of the future.
“The concept behind our approach to talent sourcing and and technology is to change the way companies hire and manage their talent needs,” explains Winters, “The goal is to become the leading source of remote creative talent to advertising, entertainment and publishing industries while helping young people find flexible employment that fits their schedules and geographic preferences.”
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Yandiki , TransparentBusiness and SheWorks! are a part of KMGi Group which was founded in 1997 and is a privately-held collection of Internet solution companies that also includes Stock4Services and Wikiexperts. For more information, visit www.kmgi.com.
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