Incode Technologies is a digital identity company that builds secure biometric identity products for frictionless banking, payment, hospitality, and retail experiences, operating at a rate of 50x faster than any of its competitor brands. Incode is recognised as a leader in enterprise-grade facial recognition by the US Government. Incode’s products are already used by some of the world’s largest banks, financial institutions, governments, and retailers. Valued at $1.25m with a $220 m Series B round as of December 2021, lead Investors include General Atlantic & SoftBank as well as Coinbase Ventures.
Originally, Engage PSG were retained to find a VP Sales, which then moved to a VP Government Sales. Finally, the focus became to source a high performing VP of Growth on a hybrid capacity, with responsibility of leading and growing a key account retention and renewal division, specialising in large enterprise, multi-year contracts. The individual also needed to have experience in creating a sales enablement function, as the second part to the hybrid role.
With a wealth of direct industry knowledge and connections, Tom Rope, Director & Partner of Engage US was able to introduce some of his finest Senior connections to Incode, securing one of the most sought-after senior level sales leaders within RegTech.
Tom successfully completed the VP of Growth search within the agreed timeframe and further retained assignments to build out the sales, growth and leadership teams were secured.
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