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Peter Hillowe

Vice President of CommercialManifest

New York, NY

Member Since August 2023

Skills

Executive Leadership
Management Reporting
Investor Relations

About

In the last 13 years I've had the privilege of learning to launch, scale, and operate global consumer and enterprise brands. Partnering with founders, advisors and operators in media, commerce, and logistics has given me a unique perspective into corporate development strategies that enable market disruption. --- Business level P&L, growth forecasting, EBITDA calculation and optimization, departmental P&L, KPI planning and progression, measurement approaches, investor presentations, revenue planning, hiring plans, presentation design, data architecture, data layer enablement, commercialization, brand strategy, brand design, brand communications, product development strategy, product marketing, product roadmap development, product management, pricing and monetization strategy, pricing experimentation, primary research, user research, market research, content production, white papers, videos, animations, illustrations, advanced sales development email programs, outbound growth marketing, inbound marketing, social media marketing, blogging, on page SEO, off page SEO, press releases, editorial coverage, experiential tradeshow design, event marketing, outdoor marketing, sales, referral partnerships, strategic partnerships, technology partnerships, customer experience, account management, account retention, account expansion, project management, executive reporting, departmental reporting, coaching, motivational speeches, leading by example, 0% voluntary attrition of 30+ lifetime direct reports

Published content

Why blue chip technology talent is flocking to the high revenue world of logistics

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Facing the urgent need for tech prowess, the logistics industry can make significant strides by implementing strategies that draw in and hold onto top tech talent.

What's blocking your potential to flourish in the workplace? 

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13 business leaders share their best practices for breaking through career and business challenges. As an unpredictable marketplace remains at the forefront across industries, it can be difficult for businesses and nonprofits to stay afloat at a sustainable rate. It is also stifling for professionals who feel stuck in their current roles—especially as it relates to personal career growth and longevity. Lack of funding and slow bureaucracy can cause any business team or professional to lose hope and become unmotivated to reach their short- and long-term goals. Here, 13 Fast Company Executive Board members each name one of the biggest challenges they have faced and how they made a breakthrough. Implementing their suggestions may help you and your team members overcome similar hardships.

20 financial pitfalls that can impact a company's growth factor

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Don't rush your business decision-making process.  There are certain financial dealings that can make or break a company's ability to thrive—whether the marketplace is up, down, or all over the place. That's why it's so important to put a strategy in place (and stick with it) that aligns with the company's core values, purpose, and longevity. Without that, it's very easy to become distracted by unproven trends and potential investments that may or may not be the best fit for your organization right now. To help leaders become better decision-makers when it comes to business and finance, here, 20 experts from Fast Company Executive Board each share one financial trap that leadership should avoid.

Are you gauging your industry competitors correctly?

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13 leaders discuss the strategies that are working for them. If you are trying to grow a successful business, it is imperative that you stay one step ahead and monitor what the competition is doing, no matter what type of field you are working in. Understanding a competitive edge they may have—be it marketing strategies, services, or top clients—is key.  This helps you to better identify how your company can fit in by finding its own voice in the current market, standing out in a sea of information overload, and delivering unique brand messaging. Plus, the bottom line is that future clients are seeking the best solutions to move them forward as well. That's why Fast Company Executive Board members share the rhyme and reason behind their best practices for monitoring the competition and their market share below.

Company details

Manifest

Company bio

Sustainable ecommerce fulfillment®

Industry

Technology

Area of focus

Transportation
Logistics
Supply Chain and Storage

Company size

11 - 50