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Private label consultancy Daymon Worldwide yesterday said it promoted Dave Rogers to e.v.p., and Mark Bieler to c.i.o. in addition to his role as v.p. and company officer.
Rogers reports directly to Alex Miller, Daymon's president, and Bieler will continue reporting to Ed Wright, e.v.p.
"The company has grown and we need to bring forward as much talent as possible," said Miller. "Going forward, we can accelerate our progress in making the company stronger and more enduring, and that is what these two appointments are all about."
Rogers joined Daymon in 1981 in the IS department and held a variety of operations and management positions. He became a v.p. and officer in 1986, was appointed c.i.o. in 1996, and was promoted to s.v.p. in 2006.
Bieler worked with Daymon in 1996 as an Intern while attending MIT and joined the company full time in 1997 as marketing analyst. He was promoted to director in 2002 and again to senior director later that same year, responsible for the Business Solutions and Development teams. In 2006 Bieler was named v.p. and company officer. He succeeds Rogers as c.i.o.
Bieler worked at Ziff-Davis, The Automation Group, and Skadden, Arps in analytic and software design functions prior to joining Daymon.