Beyond Spots & Dots Names Andreas Beck CEO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Beyond Spots & Dots today announced that Andreas Beck, previously Chief Financial Officer, has taken on the role as the company’s new CEO. With this announcement, Beck’s duties as CEO will begin immediately.
“Andreas has been with us since the start of Beyond Spots & Dots and his years of service have resulted in outstanding performance. As our company continues to evolve, it is important that we have the right people in the right positions so that we can continue to see results for our clients. I have complete confidence that Andreas is the right person for the position of CEO, said Melanie Querry, President & Founder.
“With this position, I am prepared for the challenges and opportunities ahead. While we have been fortunate to be an Inc. 5000 company for the past two years, maintaining sustainable long term growth will be the foundation of the company's success. This will mean consistently evaluating the company, implementing new processes, pivoting when necessary and focusing on what matters, all while staying true to our vision and core values.” said Beck
As CFO, Beck was previously responsible for company financials, accounting and forecasting as well as overall company strategy which included end-to-end management in all markets. He also headed the company’s creative and interactive departments. Most recently, Andreas has been recognized as a Pittsburgh Business Times CFO of the Year Finalist for 2011, 2012 and 2013.
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Beyond Spots & Dots is a full service advertising agency dedicated to creating, planning and managing advertising, marketing, public relations, branding and digital efforts for its clients. Founded in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is operated out of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has a global reach.
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