United Language Group Promotes Mike Mulligan to EVP of Global Sales and Marketing
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United Language Group Promotes Mike Mulligan to EVP of Global Sales and Marketing

By CIOReview | Monday, January 24, 2022

With his proven track record, Mike Mulligan will now be serving as the Executive Vice President at the United Language Group, and in this new role, he will help ULG grow globally.

Fremont, CA: Aligning sales and marketing can help in the implementation of organizational growth, and it's always ideal to hire professionals who are well-versed in both disciplines. United Language Group (ULG) has promoted Mike Mulligan to Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, reporting to Chief Executive Officer Nic McMahon.

Mike has a thorough awareness of ULG culture, as well as a demonstrated track record of working directly with customers to design clever solutions for their language demands, with more than five years of experience in numerous sales leadership roles.

In taking the role and commenting on ULGs direction and focus, Mike comments, "Engaging with linguistically and culturally diverse customers, prospects and members is about more than just language, it requires creating bridges between countries and cultures. Where this is achieved, we have seen tremendous results; from lifesaving patient outcomes to improved global search engine optimization (SEO) for industrial content. I’m excited to apply what I have learned to the broader global sales team and work hand in hand with them to help our customers make a meaningful difference in the global and the limited English proficient (LEP) markets they serve."

"As we move into what looks to be our best year ever, it is exciting to have such a strong internal candidate to help us scale and grow ULG on a global basis." McMahon states. "Mike has done a tremendous job in both Europe and the US leading not just our sales teams but helping to shape our sales strategy and culture. He is a natural fit to take our sales organization to the next level."