Steve Klinetobe has spent the last three years working as Netrush’s Executive Creative Director and has over two decades of experience in the creative industry.
Netrush is pleased to announce the promotion of Steve Klinetobe to Chief Growth Officer (CGO). In this role, Klinetobe will shape and lead strategic initiatives to align Netrush’s marketing and creative departments and drive sustainable growth for the company’s partners.
“Investing in the success and growth of our partners has always been a main focus of Netrush,” said Netrush CEO Brian Gonsalves “but now we’re accelerating that momentum. Success in this industry means adopting a growth mindset and aligning multiple disciplines towards that growth — something that requires a unique combination of solid industry experience and adaptability. That’s what Steve brings to this position.”
Klinetobe previously worked as Netrush’s Executive Creative Director and has two decades of creative experience with companies such as Disney, Microsoft, Nike, HP, and Sony.
“We have a killer culture here made up of some of Portland’s best talent,” said Klinetobe. “All this creative and marketing power is charged up and ready to accelerate growth for our brand partners. As Amazon becomes more and more capable of telling brand stories, we’re ready to help our partners shine bright within the marketplace.”
Growth has been a consistent theme for Netrush over the past decade. As a three-time Inc. 5000 company and a four-time Portland Business Journal 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies recipient, Netrush’s growth relies on fostering the growth of its partners.
Netrush is an online retailer that partners with premium brands to provide the teams, technology, strategy, and infrastructure needed to thrive on Amazon and other e-commerce platforms. With headquarters in Vancouver, Washington, and processing facilities in Kentucky and Canada, Netrush provides a full suite of capabilities ranging from supply chain to creative services that make brands stand out across the shopping journey.