David Kelly, Chief Revenue Officer, Huler
David Kelly has been appointed as Chief Revenue Officer at software company Huler, based in Stoke-on-Trent.

Huler appoints Chief Revenue Officer as business gears up for next phase of expansion 

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Global tech and software specialist Huler has appointed David Kelly as Chief Revenue Officer.  

The appointment will bolster Stoke-on-Trent-based Huler’s industry reach, paving the way for further global growth and expansion.  

David joins the award-winning company, which has its headquarters at Festival Park, at a pivotal time of accelerated growth.  

In just over two years, Huler has significantly enhanced its Employee Experience Platform (EXP), HulerHub, to benefit organisations and their employees, providing a fresh, consumer-grade digital experience.  

David’s appointment will help to gear up the business up for the next phase of growth. This will include accelerating revenue performance, customer retention, expansion and acquisition performance.  

David has more than 20 years’ experience working in Software as a Service (SaaS) based HR and work tech.  

Prior to joining Huler, David previously held senior GTM roles at software companies, including Lumesse, Kenexa, Deputy and IBM.  

Huler’s CEO and Co-Founder Nicky Hoyland, said: “As a seasoned leader with a proven track record of growth and innovation, we’re excited to welcome David onboard, bringing with him unparalleled expertise and insight in the field of HR tech.  

David’s appointment underpins the next stage in our mission to leverage our expertise and support companies in transforming their employee experience worldwide, whilst driving our success in this rapidly evolving technological space.”  

Commenting on his appointment, David added: “I am delighted to be joining the fantastic management team at Huler at such a significant time. Improving productivity, engagement and communication in the new world of digital – often remote or hybrid – work is critical to the success of employers, employees and society as a whole.” 

Nigel Pye

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