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Digagogo Ventures Corp. (DOGO) Announces Addition of Riley Wight as New VP of Marketing and Operations

Apr. 21, 2011 11:49 AM ET1 Comment
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Digagogo Ventures Corp., provider and builder of a sales and distribution network to digitally connect households, was pleased to announce today that it has appointed Riley Wight to the position of Vice-President of Marketing and Operations to strengthen and expand its executive management team as the company begins the execution and implementation of its business model.

Digagogo CEO, Fernando Londe, stated, “With his impressive track record, Riley Wight brings a tremendous depth and breadth of marketing capability and international sales experience to Digagogo. Riley’s experience in financing, cultivating point of sale and inventory control systems will be an asset as we build our brand and marketing team and continue to make significant investments throughout North America.”

Mr. Wight has a dozen years of experience as a licensed mortgage associate in Western Canada, as well as an equipment-leasing agent throughout the USA. Prior to his financing career, Mr. Wight took part in launching a software company that installed over 600 point of sale/inventory control systems in one of Canada’s largest store chains. Mr. Wight brings with him expertise of launching and operating in new and established market places.

“I am very excited to be a part of the Digagogo Ventures Corp. team and I see a major opportunity being offered to individuals, companies and entrepreneurs through the Digagogo suite of products,” commented Wight.

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