The Guarantee

As a CEO, you need a trusted and capable person at the helm of your sales and marketing department.

Unfortunately, recruiting the right person can take months. Can you afford to shift your focus out of the CEO role until the right person is placed?

RedRover understands the critical role a CEO plays in their organization, and we know the ripples that director-level attrition can cause. That’s why middle-market CEOs turn to us in response to leadership turnover when they want to not only maintain or improve department momentum but also prepare to seamlessly ramp the new incoming leader. They turn to us when they need a partner who can be immersed in the day-to-day offering strategic oversight, management and consultation.

RedRover’s immersion plan supports CEOs with a tenured sales & marketing leader ready to step in with as little as 3 days’ notice.

What can you expect from your fractional marketing director?
  • 10-20 hours weekly (fractional on-site)
  • 8- to 12-week partnership
  • People management & development
  • Project oversight
  • Vendor management
  • Workflow consultation
  • Sales & marketing analysis
  • Weekly CEO debriefs
  • Process documentation
  • Team assessments
  • New candidate ramp plan

RedRover Sales & Marketing is a pack of C-suite-minded professionals averaging 15 years of specialized experience. Our executive team is uniquely suited to step in and support your company in response to unplanned leadership turnover.

There are three ways to get started:

Book a meeting with Jee Vahn Knight, RedRover’s Director of Growth

Call Jee at 901-266-2662.

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