OnePulse Hires New Chief Operating Officer Alex Godsell
OnePulse, a consumer opinion platform for fast decision making, just announced hiring a new Chief Operating Office (COO), Alex Godsell. With seven years of experience in early and growth-stage startups, Alex will take OnePulse’s success to new levels by growing its internal systems and expanding its service offerings to new international markets and audiences.
“Alex brings a unique set of experiences in both B2B and B2C brands where he demonstrated an impressive talent for building first-class teams and high-performance cultures,” said Mike Billingsley, CEO of OnePule. “OnePulse is at an exciting stage, seeing significant growth in the number of clients and consumers using the survey platform. Having Alex on board as COO will allow us to continue our focus on improving the experience of both users and clients.”
As part of the executive team, Alex will take primary responsibility for a range of business functions including finance, legal, people, and business operations. With broad experience across commercial, technical, and operational functions, Alex will use his talents to help OnePulse continue rapidly scaling its operations while achieving even greater efficiencies.
“I’m really excited about the amazing technology that Cam, Mike, and the team have built and I’m looking forward to working with them to ensure that the largest possible audience can benefit from the unique value it provides,” said Godsell.
For more information about the OnePulse consumer sentiment platform, visit OnePulse.com.
OnePulse is an innovative, self-service research tool that enables targeted, rapid-turnaround research, allowing consumers to talk to people while they’re living their lives and get honest opinions in less than 15 minutes. With services that allow clients to refine their respondent pool with filters on the data points or add additional data points for segmentation of their end results, OnePulse is trusted by companies around the world including TikTok, Independent, Tyson, M&S, Georgia-Pacific, and BBH.