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Truly Nolen of America Announces New Director of Business Strategies

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Matt Wild will contribute to long term planning, strategy development, reporting, finances, and new endeavors.

| November 7, 2013

TUCSON, Ariz. — Truly Nolen of America announced a new Director of Business Strategies, Matt Wild.

Wild started with Truly Nolen in 2000, in the accounting department as a business and strategy analyst. He held this position for three years with responsibilities that ranged from strategic planning to management training.

After a few years’ hiatus, Wild re-joins the Truly Nolen team with an array of knowledge that he will contribute to long term planning, strategy development, reporting, finances, and new endeavors. Wild describes his role as an internal consultant that oversees finance, accounting, and strategy.

“I’m excited to be back and explore the potential and opportunity that lies ahead,” said Wild. “Truly Nolen has grown as a company by building a platform with a strong corporate culture and great training programs. I’m a growth-oriented manager and being able to contribute to that growth is what motivates me.”
 

 

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