Blackline Safety announced Sean Stinson has been appointed to the position of Chief Growth Officer, effective immediately.
Serving most recently as Blackline Safety’s Chief Revenue Officer, Stinson will lead global revenue growth, acquisitions, channel management and customer support functions for Blackline Safety worldwide, including Blackline Safety Europe.
Over the past nine years, Stinson has led the development of Blackline’s international sales and product functions for Canada, the U.S., the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, and driven the Company’s revenue from $2M to more than $50M during that period.
“As we build on 20 consecutive quarters of year-on-year revenue growth, open offices around the world and solidify our position as the connected safety leader, Blackline’s business has evolved to enhance our customers’ productivity and performance on a global scale,” said Cody Slater, Blackline Safety’s CEO and Chair. “Sean’s proven track record of innovation and leadership ensures we will continue to shape the future of industrial work while maintaining the agility and care needed to serve our customers and people at a local level.”
Blackline’s suite of products and data analytics connects workers through GPS-enabled wearable devices, portable area gas detectors and cloud-connected monitoring to enable its customers’ drive towards zero safety incidents, improved performance, greater productivity and a stronger ESG profile.
“Increased global recognition of Blackline’s high quality, technologically advanced products and services is leading to a broader customer base and greater awareness of what is possible to improve safety and performance in the industrial workplace,” said Sean Stinson, Chief Growth Officer, Blackline Safety. “I look forward to working with our customers around the world as they discover and implement connected wearable solutions and data analytics that keep their people safer and their businesses stronger.”
Prior to joining Blackline, Stinson was a global Product Marketing Manager at Honeywell, and a Systems and Software Engineering Manager at BW Technologies, where he was instrumental in the delivery of BW’s multi-gas portable instruments to a global market.