Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute, the world’s leading provider of reputation measurement, management, and intelligence services, named David Stack as Chief Financial Officer. Based at the corporate headquarters in Cambridge, Mass., Stack will assume global executive responsibility for accelerated growth by scaling Reputation Institute’s financial planning, investments and reporting across all of its international markets. Before joining Reputation Institute, he served as the CFO of HubSpot, Qstream, Localytics and Vice President of Finance for EMC and RSA Security.
Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute, the world’s leading provider of reputation monitoring, measurement, and management services, was named one of Boston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR). The honor is given to organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment.
Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute, the world’s leading provider of reputation measurement, management,and intelligence services, named Kylie Wright-Ford as CEO. Wright-Ford is taking over for interim CEO Tyler Newton, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Catalyst partner.
Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute released its inaugural CEO RepTrak highlighting the most reputable CEOs worldwide. Google’s Sundar Pichai topped the list with Campbell’s Denise Morrison and Nintendo’s Tatsumi Kimishima receiving honorable mentions.
Catalyst portfolio company Reputation Institute, the world’s leading provider of stakeholder measurement, membership and management services, released its annual US RepTrak® 100 rankings of the country’s most reputable companies with Campbell’s, Nike and Bose claiming the top three spots.
Catalyst portfolio company Reputation Institute opened new offices in Australia and New Zealand. The expansion enables RI to raise its game in the APAC region, allowing the team to better serve its clients and create significant opportunity to further drive the company’s growth.
Google is up and Apple is down in the annual Global RepTrak 100 report put out by Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute. Companies’ scores are down by an average of 1.4 points; 58% of companies in the report saw a significant drop in rankings. Results reflect macroeconomic trends — more than in previous years consumers are judging companies on their actions, not the bottom line, and supporting those that are ethically responsible.
Catalyst Investors portfolio company Reputation Institute acquired London-based big data media analytics company Mettle Consulting Limited, further enabling companies to integrate reputation into their strategic decision making.
Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute released its list of the World’s Top CSR Companies with Lego coming out on top with 74.4 RepTrak points, having jumped from its fifth-place showing last year. In RI’s analysis, Lego beat all other companies in the perception that it behaves ethically, conducts business fairly, operates transparently, protects the environment and supports worthy causes. Lego “has embraced corporate social responsibility from top to bottom,” says RI Chief Research Officer Stephen Hahn-Griffiths.
Catalyst-backed Reputation Institute continues to build upon strong global growth and investments with the expansion of locations across the United States and the appointment of Sue Tobias, William Shifflett, Phil Fox and Ivan Rocabado as Vice Presidents and Consulting Directors to lead strategic hubs in Chicago, Atlanta and the West Coast.