Salt Lake City, Utah – August 14, 2018 – In an effort to better position itself for growth, Online Image® adds Jeremy LaDuque as their new COO.
Online Image® has been in a transformative phase for the past year, as they release new analytics, CRM and SEO tools. As they continue to partner with national brands such as Paul Davis Restoration and Pillar To Post, the hiring of LaDuque was key to adding expertise in working with national brands and multi-unit organizations. Russell Burnett II, Founder & CEO of Online Image® believes LaDuque’s 20-year history with technology and internet marketing makes him the ideal person to help Online Image® scale.
The UPS Stores, Sport Clips, Luxottica and The Dwyer Group are only a handful of premier brands that LaDuque has worked with at the executive level. He is excited to join a company that has the capacity to succeed with other national brands. “Online Image® is an oasis in the field of online marketing. Where everyone else is doing the same thing, Russell and Online Image® have truly innovated,” said LaDuque.
LaDuque’s career began as the Director of Web Development at Best 1 Internet and since founding ElementsLocal in 2003, he has worked at the executive level of several companies who deliver SaaS digital marketing solutions.
The Franchise industry is one LaDuque knows well as he earned his Certified Franchise Executive status with the International Franchise Association (IFA) in 2010. His involvement with IFA’s Marketing & Technology committee will help translate Online Image®’s software and services into solutions for growth. LaDuque’s knowledge from being a franchisee of Sport Clips will also add depth to Online Image®.
Burnett is confident in LaDuque’s abilities to succeed in his new role. “As COO, Jeremy will focus on broadening our foundation, adding best practices and ensuring quality service to each of our 27,000 clients and national brands.”
Celebrating their 9th year in business, Online Image® estimates roughly 50% growth over the next year based on current projects and contracts.