PCG Digital Marketing is pleased to announce that Glenn Pasch, former COO, is now the company’s new CEO.
Glenn has been with the company for three years as a partner and COO. In this position he has worked with executive management and internal teams to develop new strategies around digital marketing initiatives. He will continue to oversee the agency in this new position and brings with him his continued leadership experience.
“I am honored to have been chosen to lead our great team at PCG. I am so excited about where PCG Digital Marketing is heading in 2013,” says Glenn. “My two main goals will be to continue to grow our brand recognition with OEMs and dealers throughout the US and Canada as well as to continue to refine our product line of services to deliver outstanding value and results to our clients.”
The change of leadership comes as a result of PCG Digital Marketing’s former CEO Brian Pasch being named as the CEO of PCG Consulting, a vendor-neutral automotive consulting company that creates effective processes, measurement standards, and intelligent reporting for their business operations. The two PCG companies will operate separately and serve dealers with their own unique products and services.
Brian will still be involved as a partner of PCG Digital Marketing however Glenn will be overseeing the day-to-day operations of the agency services that include SEO, SEM, Social Media, Reputation Marketing, and Content Development. “I am excited to be offering dealers a bigger picture strategy for their marketing budgets and ways to maximize their sales opportunities,” commented Brian Pasch. “PCG Consulting is not visiting a dealership to sell them a new product, rather we are invited to the dealership to maximize the investments that are already in place.”
Glenn has more than 20 years of experience with a proven track record of leading diverse teams of professionals to new levels of achievement in a variety of highly competitive markets and fast paced environments. He has worked as an executive coach for all levels of leaderships from C-suite to the front line.
He continues to author articles for multiple automotive and business industry publications.
Glenn Pasch is a member of PACE, the NSA, and The American Society for Training and Development, as well as a past member of the Board of Directors for the NY Metro Chapter of the ATA.