activpayroll, the global payroll and tax compliance specialist headquartered in Aberdeen, Scotland is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Kimberling as chief commercial officer.
Mark has had a very successful career in the human capital management (HCM) sector and brings over 30 years of experience to the team, having worked for leading health and wellbeing insurance and services companies, flexible benefits providers and for the past 15 years, global payroll services.
From running various departments, including operations, business development, client account management and strategic alliance development, Mark has been at the heart of evolving organisations propositions in order to meet ever changing market developments.
The new hire marks the latest appointment in a series of newly-created roles at activpayroll, designed to further strengthen the management team and ensure the business has the strategic capabilities required for the next stage of international growth.
As part of his role, Mark will be responsible for managing and developing activpayroll’s valuable ecosystem of strategic alliances, in addition to working closely with CEO Alison Sellar and leading the business development, contracts and commercials and PR and marketing teams.
Mark said: “I’m really looking forward to working with the team at activpayroll and helping to maintain and strengthen the significant growth and profitability the business has achieved in recent years. As we slowly but surely edge closer to a post-covid business environment, it will be fascinating to see how the market evolves and I look forward to putting my insight and knowledge into practice at activpayroll”
Alison Sellar OBE, chief executive office of activpayroll, commented: “We are all thrilled to welcome Mark into our ever-growing team at activpayroll. This is another big milestone for the business and having met Mark on several occasions at industry events in the past, I am confident that his experience and impressive track record will significantly strengthen our global ambitions even further.”