Gose to Develop STRATACACHE’s Corporate Communication Segment
Dayton, OH, March 10, 2014—STRATACACHE, a leading provider of scalable, high-performance digital signage, content distribution and enterprise video acceleration technologies, today announced the addition of Chuck Gose, as VP, SME of Corporate Communications.
As part of the newly created segment, Gose will be responsible for working with existing customers on improving their internal communications effectiveness with digital signage, while also continuing to be a key technology advocate for employee communications. He has a knack for translating the value of technology to corporate communications teams.
Gose brings to the company more than 15 years of communication experience, including stints at Rolls-Royce, General Motors and the American Cancer Society. He built a foundation on creative approaches for using technology to improve communication to employees, as well as overall employee engagement. This is what led him to digital signage, with work at both MediaTile and RMG Networks. He continues to be a very visible and influential person in the digital signage industry.
“Chuck’s expertise in corporate communications is what makes him the best fit for STRATACACHE,” said Chris Riegel, STRATACACHE CEO. “His drive and immense knowledge for improving internal communications with digital signage will have an immediate impact on companies going forward.”
Gose speaks regularly on the topics of internal communications, employee engagement and social media. He’s also a long-time member of both IABC and PRSA.
Gose will be attending the upcoming GlobalShop Show in Las Vegas, NV at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center March 18-20, 2014 where STRATACACHE will be exhibiting in booth #3927.
STRATACACHE is a privately-held provider of digital media solutions designed to help retailers and brands connect with consumers along the shopping journey. From digital signage to interactive media to in-store mobile engagement, STRATACACHE’s solutions captivate, engage, and activate shoppers.