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Nanonation appoints Jennifer Witherby as museum & attractions specialist

Nanonation appoints Jennifer Witherby as museum & attractions specialist

Nanonation, a leading provider of customer experience software for in-store interactive and digital signage solutions, has announced the appointment of Jennifer Witherby as a Senior Sales Manager.

In her new role, Witherby will focus on developing the company’s growing portfolio of interpretive experiences for museums and attractions.

Witherby most recently worked as an Advertising Manager for Lee Enterprises Inc. and brings over 11 years of sales and marketing experience to the table.

“I’m excited to join such an innovative company working with museums and attractions to implement digital and interactive tools designed to educate, inform, and entertain visitors,” she says.

Witherby aims to further expand Nanonation’s portfolio which currently features a wide range of attractions such as Joslyn Art Museum, Hershey’s Chocolate World, The Golden Spike Tower, The Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame, The Harley Davidson Museum, and the National Marine Sanctuaries.

“We’ve recognised a growing demand for some of our newer products like donor recognition boards and digital timelines,” observes Bryan Fairfield, Nanonation’s CEO.

“Jen has the customer-focused skill set to help expose these products to the museum and attractions market space. We’re excited to have her on the team.”

Nanonation’s enterprise-class software for digital signage and interactive solutions is designed to deliver exceptional customer experiences.

Recent partnerships include the Raptor Woodland Refuge exhibit at Nebraska’s Fontenelle Forest and Boys Town donor exhibit and donor station (shown above).

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Charles Read

Charles is Managing Director at Blooloop. He attends numerous trade shows around the world and frequently speaks about trends and social media for the attractions industry at conferences. Outside of Blooloop his passions are diving, trees and cricket.

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