CBANC Hires Mike Snavely as its Chief Commercial Officer

on by Allen King, Marketing Manager

AUSTIN, Texas (Mon, April 08, 2019) — CBANC Network announced today that Mike Snavely has joined the company as its Chief Commercial Officer. Snavely, an Austin technology executive with twenty years of experience in growing companies, will lead the sales, marketing, and business development functions at CBANC.

“Happy to be joining CBANC at such a great time,” says Snavely. “We believe that community banks and credit unions are a real engine of growth for the economy and for jobs, and we’ve got the right set of tools to help them compete,” he added. “I’m particularly interested in working through how to best help our bankers create more financial strength by driving deposits and loan volume.”

Snavely has played leadership roles in high-growth Austin companies including Bazaarvoice, Mutual Mobile and Phunware (NASDAQ: PHUN). An Ohio native, he started his career as an attorney at law before taking a marketing leadership role at CNO Financial (NYSE: CNO) and later moving into financial services technology consulting and sales with Acxiom (NYSE: ACXM).

“I’m proud to announce that Mike is joining us as our first Chief Commercial Officer,” said Bryan Koontz, president and chief executive officer of CBANC. “We believe in the power of the community banking model, and we’ve built the largest and most trusted resource for those bankers. As we move into the next stage of our growth, it will be Mike’s job to help us identify ways to deliver more and more value to our Bankers, and to help them continue to find ways to help each other compete with the big banks.”

About CBANC:

We are the professional network for the banking industry, powering the largest online community of banks and credit unions in the world. Every business day, CBANC helps thousands of verified financial professionals and their institutions make more intelligent vendor decisions, navigate compliance challenges, and answer questions.

Our software leverages the network effects inherent in our community, enabling our members and the vendors that serve them to work together to solve problems. The results are more efficient operations, the ability to better serve customers, and an improved competitive position for our members and the US banking system.

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Allen King
Marketing Manager