Wilmington Millennium has appointed Patrick Lymath (pictured) to a business development role in a bid to capitalise on market opportunity with the impending introduction of GDPR.
Lymath will be responsible for developing Wilmington Millennium’s deceased suppression file, Mortascreen. This includes creating a new sales strategy to broaden out its current market, working closely with bureaux to add value and help promote the organisation’s mission of aiding ethical and compliant marketing.
Lymath has a wealth of sales and development experience having been instrumental in several software startups including Trustpilot and Ticketscript.
“I’m delighted by the appointment of Patrick,” said Karen Pritchard, Product Director, Wilmington Millennium. “He brings with him lots of enthusiasm and ideas and is hungry to make hay from GDPR. He is also proven to be a people person and I have no doubt he will very quickly establish strong relationships with our clients.”
Lymath said he was joining Wilmington Millennium at just the right time.
“With the introduction of GDPR the spotlight is firmly on data protection and marketing, and consequently the market is ripe for development,” he added. “With my background in startups I am quick to capitalise on opportunities and believe that I will be able to help Wilmington Millennium grow the established business but innovate and develop solutions that genuinely aid ethical marketing.”