SevenRooms adds to leadership roster

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On the heels of a $50 million Series B round, hospitality guest experience platform SevenRooms has hired two new key executives: Levi Aron as chief revenue officer and Jeremy Theisen as EVP of enterprise sales and partnerships. 

Aron most recently served as the Australian CEO and country manager for Deliveroo from 2015 to 2020, helping grow the company into 500 cities and 13 countries during his tenure. In his new role as CRO at SevenRooms, Aron is responsible for driving customer-centric revenue growth across the entire company, leading the sales, customer success and revenue operations functions for the organization.

In his role as EVP of enterprise sales and partnerships, Theisen is responsible for scaling SevenRooms’ enterprise sales team, expanding the company’s enterprise client base and leveraging his experience within the hospitality sector to strengthen the company’s industry relationships and integration partnerships. Theisen previously served as chief sales officer at Punchh, where he built a sales organization across 165+ enterprise customers, taking the company to $50MM in annual recurring revenue.  
“SevenRooms is a uniquely positioned hospitality technology brand with a best-in-class product and an operator-first mentality, unlike any other company in the space,” Aron said. “From my early conversations with Joel, it was clear that there was a big opportunity to join as the company’s first CRO, and play an important role in scaling the next global category leader. After moving from Australia to NYC, I couldn’t be more excited to make my mark as a part of this innovative, culture-lead team.”  
“Diving into this role at SevenRooms has been an exciting new challenge,” Theisen said. “As a sales leader, I have always gravitated towards high-growth, high-energy companies, and I am looking forward to lending my strengths to the organization as we grow our enterprise customer base.”

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