Meeting and Events industry veteran Michael Guerriero has been named president of Digitell and joined the company in August. In this role at Digitell, Guerriero is working with Jim Parker, CEO, and the entire management team to accelerate and support the incredible growth the company is experiencing.
Digitell is the industry leader in live streaming and virtual conferences and is experiencing unprecedented growth in its digital event solution while larger live events are not possible due to Covid-19. In fact, Digitell has “sold out” for 2020 and is making plans to take on new clients for 2021 and beyond under Parker and Guerriero’s leadership.
Guerriero joins Digitell after a career of over 29 years with Experient, a Maritz Global Events Company. He served in a variety of roles with Experient including most recently as division president since 2012. Prior to Maritz’s acquisition of Experient in 2012, Guerriero served as the company’s chief financial officer. During his career at Experient, Guerriero helped lead the company through significant organic and acquisition-related growth and has overseen all aspects of Experient’s full-service event portfolio.. Guerriero is active in the hospitality industry and is a member of PCMA and IAEE and serves on the Kent State University Hospitality Management Advisory Board and the Visit Anaheim Customer Advisory Board.
Guerriero said “I am thrilled to join Digitell and work with Jim Parker and his strong leadership team to support the ever-growing needs of our clients for digital and hybrid events. With Digitell’s best-in-class proprietary digital platform, supported by a team of incredible industry professionals, we are positioned well for years of monumental growth.”
“Having Michael join our team at such a crucial time is going to provide Digitell with the additional management and experience required to meet the demand in front of us”, says Jim Parker, CEO of Digitell. “Michael has been an industry leader for decades and we are very excited to welcome him to our company”, Parker continued.