Mumba has delivered strong year-on-year growth in the 2018 financial year, capped off by the win of two large iconic retail giants at year end. Come new financial year, the Mumba team was thrilled to win the 2018 Australian Business Award for Mobile Innovation and Software Innovation, adding further reinforcement to its reputation as a leading Employee Engagement Solution.
Building on this momentum, Mumba is pleased to announce the latest executive hiring of Greg Parkes, Managing Director to assist with Mumba’s rapid growth and expansion into Enterprise Mobility and Employee Engagement.
New Managing Director – Greg Parkes
In July 2018, Greg Parkes joined the Mumba executive leadership team as Managing Director.
Greg comes to Mumba with deep experience in the Employee Benefits and Employee Engagement arena, having recently departed his role as CEO at novated leasing company Autopia (part of Smartgroup Corporation ASX:SIQ).
Greg’s robust track record for building high performance teams, combined with his deep connection to the HR sector is set to assist Mumba in delivering a world class Employee Engagement Solution with the highest standards of customer service and satisfaction. Anthony Zets, Mumba’s Founder and CEO commented, “with Greg’s significant capability in B2B strategy and execution, a deep appreciation of Employee Engagement practices and a strong network in the HR sector, he is well equipped to turbocharge the growth of Mumba.”
Greg believes that the single biggest determinant of business success is how effectively companies attract, engage, reward and retain their talent. He said, “I have seen it done incredibly well and incredibly poorly. But get it right, and everything else will fall into place. This is our shared passion.”
When asked about why Greg joined Mumba he stated, “When I was introduced to Mumba, I was blown away by how their solution solves Employee Engagement. I saw enormous opportunity for this technology to enable employers to better communicate, engage and reward their staff in real time, on their most personal device. I knew it was something I just had to be a part of.”