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enSYNC Announces Leadership Transition

March 4, 2019

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Over the years, enSYNC has developed a strong connection with many clients. Most of those relationships have grown beyond a typical customer/vendor affiliation to develop into that of trusted partners and friends.

As a business executive that’s how I’ve wanted to run this business and for the most part we’ve been successful in serving our clients well and treating them as we wish to be treated.   

It is precisely because of the strong bonds that we have with clients, with other companies, with fellow solution providers, and individual association executives that we are able to take some exciting new steps.

A thriving company

At enSYNC, we have worked hard to build our leadership team and an independent, knowledgeable staff, so that our company is strong and efficient in all that it does. Today the whole is stronger than any one part. As co-founders and business owners of enSYNC, David Hickey and I have long considered the longevity of our company and how it would continue on as a thriving business long after us.

We are reaching that crossroads now, but because of careful succession planning, the impact to enSYNC will be minimal and your relationship with us will not change.

On a personal level, I will be transitioning into an advisory role for the company. I remain fully committed to enSYNC as co-owner and will contribute to the vision and direction of the company. 

enSYNC's future

enSYNC remains a strong, viable, and growing company. I remain committed to the values of nonprofit leadership. And I feel fortunate that I have the backing and support of my enSYNC colleagues. 

We are excited about these next steps and I am personally enthusiastic about the new opportunities that lie ahead for me and my family. Thank you for your support.

Mark Jones, CAE

Mark Jones, CAE

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