All Things Nexterus
January 3, 2020
Nexterus Names Ryan Polakoff President of Franchising
Leading supply chain services franchise taps Polakoff to lead future of franchising
NEW FREEDOM, Pa. (January 2020) – Nexterus, a world-class leader with decades of experience in supply chain management and technology, is proud to announce that Ryan J. Polakoff has been appointed as President of Nexterus franchising.
“We’re so proud to name Ryan as our President of Franchising,” says Nexterus President and CEO Sam Polakoff. “Our company has provided innovative supply chain solutions for over 70 years. Nexterus continues to lead the way in what’s possible in supply chain management franchising and I know Ryan is the right person to take our franchise services to the next level.
The appointment comes on the heels of Ryan Polakoff’s success in rebuilding the corporate Sales and Account Management teams at Nexterus. After helping to lead the company to its strongest year for new business development in more than a decade, Polakoff will continue to play a key role in the company’s strategic direction.
Nexterus has provided expertise in the supply chain management industry since 1946. During that time, the company has sought to make small and medium-sized businesses more competitive through the implementation of best-in-class supply chain strategies.
Ryan Polakoff, who currently serves as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, will maintain his current responsibilities as he transitions into his new role. He will take on all aspects of running the day-to-day operations for Nexterus Franchising in addition to spearheading future growth initiatives for the company.
Franchising is a sector of the business primed for rapid growth. His experience in new business development makes Ryan the ideal executive to take the wheel for this dynamic vertical.
“It’s such an honor to be named to this position,” says Ryan. “I’m thrilled to lead our franchise development as we begin this new chapter for Nexterus and enable entrepreneurs across the country to start their own independent supply chain management businesses.”