KORE1 Adds Business Development Manager Phil Carlier to Midwest Team
KORE1 is pleased to announce the continued growth of its Midwest team with the addition of new Business Development Manager, Phil Carlier. An experienced staffing professional, Phil will be responsible for researching, developing, and growing KORE1’s customer base and operations throughout the Midwest.
A graduate of Bowling Green State University, Phil began his career in the staffing industry as a recruiter with Aerotek before moving into account management where he helped grow the engineering division in greater Cincinnati. As a consultative and relationship-focused partner, he looks forward to supporting stakeholders and contributing to KORE1’s growth in the region.
“KORE1 offers an entrepreneurial, development-based career path where I can continue to grow and learn as a young sales professional,” said Phil. “In talking with company leadership, it was clear that culture, mentorship, and helping employees accomplish their career goals is highly valued at all levels of the organization. I appreciate the opportunities this new role provides me, and I’m excited to tackle my long-term goals as part of the KORE1 team.”
“Phil is a highly motivated professional who brings great energy, strategy, and partnership to the KORE1 team and our clients throughout the Midwest,” said Frank Morris, KORE1 Managing Director. “We’re excited to welcome him to our expanding Cincinnati team as we continue to grow and build in the region.”
When he’s not working, Phil enjoys traveling, reading, exercising, watching sports, and spending time with his fiancé, friends, and dog. He is constantly looking for new ways to challenge himself and he’s always working to be better than he was the day before.
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