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Leading Industry Veteran Joins MoveEasy to Accelerate Growth

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Georgia Perez joins leadership team as new Chief Growth Officer

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Rezul -- MoveEasy, a comprehensive, all-in-one, moving and home management dashboard for brokerages and homeowners, today announces the addition of a new member to their team, Georgia Perez as Chief Growth Officer.

"The opportunity to work with Ven and the team at MoveEasy was too good to pass up. Joining the company as Chief Growth Officer is a great fit for my background, and it couldn't come at a better time. With the industry concerns for home sales slowing in 2023, our clients need cost effective ways to continue to provide services that help them solve their most pressing problem, creating and keeping customers for life. MoveEasy does not charge a monthly fee, and profit shares back to their clients. It also gives me an opportunity to work with a company with an amazing culture of kindness that's at the forefront of helping real estate brokerages and other partners solve one of their greatest challenges – creating customers for life," said Perez.

As Chief Growth Officer, Perez's role will focus on managing MoveEasy's business across areas including business development, sales and marketing and customer success to increase the adoption of MoveEasy's home management platform and concierge service with partners across real estate and other industries.

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Before joining MoveEasy, Perez was Executive Vice President of MoxiWorks for the past 11 years. She played a pivotal role in growing the company, leading sales and business development and helping to increase MoxiWorks client base from one brokerage to more than 2000 brokerages representing 400,000 agents, and played a key role in securing their investors.

"Everyone at MoveEasy is thrilled to welcome Georgia as a part of our team. As a long-time veteran in the technology and real estate space, her work has been instrumental in helping companies transform, grow and define a successful brand strategy. I have also personally known Georgia for a number of years and am excited to see where we can grow the company with her expertise," said Venkatesh Ganapathy, CEO and Co-Founder of MoveEasy.

MoveEasy has taken big growth steps into the new year with several other key hires from December 2022 including Major Morris as the Senior Vice President of Revenue (formerly managing large scale sales and ops at TruGreen and Clearlink), Tony Lee as the Director of Content Strategy (formerly with Meta, Shipt and RingCentral), and Shawn Woznicki and Head of Design (formerly with Shipt and Dwell Magazine).

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"Each of these industry power houses brings amazing talent to help MoveEasy grow and continue to provide the highest value to the consumers and clients that count on us," said Perez.

In 2022, MoveEasy doubled its revenue and in December raised $7 million in Series A funding, led by Moderne Ventures with a strategic investment by The Travelers Companies, Inc. With the addition of Georgia, Major, Tony and Shawn, MoveEasy is ready and able to take the company to new heights in 2023 and beyond.

Learn more about MoveEasy: https://www.moveeasy.com

About MoveEasy:

MoveEasy is the country's first full-service homeowner concierge platform designed to help the 139M homeowners in the US with all their move and home management needs. MoveEasy powers enterprise clients such as BHHS, Century 21, Howard Hanna, Realty ONE Group and Douglas Elliman.

MoveEasy's 360° dashboard provides access to service providers across multiple categories, a built-in savings calculator, a concierge service, and more. For real estate partners, MoveEasy is a fully white-labeled turnkey concierge solution that helps brokers customize and brand the platform to offer a true end-to-end lifetime concierge service for their clients.

Today MoveEasy works with real estate brokers across the country representing more than 140,000 agents.

Source: MoveEasy

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