Bellhop Appoints Bill Chase As New CMO And Seni Sulyman As New COO

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Bellhop, America's fastest growing moving company dedicated to revolutionizing the traditionally low-quality moving industry through technology, on Wednesday announced two additions to its executive team. Bill Chase has joined Bellhop as chief marketing officer and Seni Sulyman as chief operating officer. 

Mr. Chase, previously the general manager of Koddi, a leading marketing technology company for the travel and hospitality industries, has spent the last 15 years in eCommerce leading online/offline channel marketing, customer lifecycle, analytics and operations teams across various verticals at digital-first businesses such as Nutrisystem, Travelocity and DentalPlans.com.

Mr. Sulyman was previously the VP of Operations at Andela, a global talent network that connects companies with vetted, remote engineers in emerging markets. Mr. Sulyman has also held strategy, operations and business development roles at Bristow Group, Bain & Company, HP and CardinalStone Partners. Mr. Sulyman plans to relocate from Nigeria to Atlanta.

“The Bellhop team is thrilled to have Bill and Seni onboard," said Luke Marklin, chief executive officer for Bellhop. "Bill has improved market share, digital capabilities and brand awareness for many notable companies. Seni has demonstrated a remarkable ability to engage and lead a remote workforce. In the last year, we saw how the pandemic influenced the nation’s moving patterns. With Bill and Seni’s talents and customer-focused experiences, we’re in better shape than ever to deepen our marketing and service capabilities so we can offer a friendlier and more modern moving experience to everyone.”


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