Home Industry News Orgill realigns executive roles to focus on retail

Orgill realigns executive roles to focus on retail

0
Orgill realigns executive roles to focus on retail
From left, : John Sieggreen (Orgill’s executive vice president of retail), Chris Freader (Orgill’s vice president of merchandising services) and Phillip Walker (president of Tyndale Advisors).

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Following several promotions earlier this year, Orgill has announced a number of additional changes in the executive teams at Orgill and Tyndale Advisors. These changes are designed to help more closely retail insights and support, the company announced.

Tyndale Advisors is a wholly owned subsidiary of Orgill and is charged with developing best practices for Orgill and delivering customized services to Orgill dealers. As part of that mission, Tyndale also operates Central Network Retail Group (CNRG), which functions as a real-world, retail services laboratory.

“We started Tyndale Advisors in 2010 as we began planning for CNRG, which we launched in 2011,” says Orgill’s president and CEO Boyden Moore. “From the beginning, our plan was to build the management and technical infrastructure that we would need to manage CNRG inside of Tyndale Advisors so that we could share that infrastructure, insight, and tools with all dealers.”

Under the new leadership structure for these companies, John Sieggreen was named Orgill’s executive vice president of retail and will continue to serve as president of CNRG, a role he has held since August of 2017.

Phillip Walker, who had previously served as Orgill’s senior vice president of merchandising services has assumed the role of president of Tyndale Advisors.

Chris Freader has been promoted to vice president of merchandising services for Orgill and will lead its conversion, store design and retail services teams.

“These recent promotions and new responsibilities further integrate the Orgill, Tyndale and CNRG teams and strengthen our efforts to provide services that help our customers be more successful,” Moore said. “John, Phillip, and Chris and the teams that they lead all bring a great deal of insights and experiences to their positions and they are well suited to keep Orgill, Tyndale and our customers moving forward.”