July 14, 2021
John Tiedt Joins Retail Strategies’ Business Development Team
Retail Strategies is pleased to announce that John Tiedt has joined its team as a Business Developer. In his new role, John will work alongside the business development team to actively work with Municipalities, Chambers of Commerce, and Economic Development Agencies to develop and execute retail economic development and community development strategies.
“Retail Strategies believes that the key to success for our company is having motivated employees that are devoted to our core values and goals and John defines that mold,” said Lacy Beasley, president of Retail Strategies. “Our team feels that John brings a fresh, new outlook to our business development team and will continue to expand our client base. We are excited for his start at Retail Strategies.”
“John not only has the veteran experience in business development, but he also has the added benefit of working with city governments. We look forward to watching John succeed at Retail Strategies.”Sarah Beth Thornton, Vice President of Business Development, Retail Strategies
Tiedt has over 12 years of professional experience in sales, marketing, and account management. For the past 4 years, he has worked with city governments through GovDeals on the Business Development team. John is a Tennessee native and received his bachelor of arts degree at Western Kentucky University.
“Our business development team is excited to be adding John,” said Sarah Beth Thornton, vice president of business development at Retail Strategies. “John not only has the veteran experience in business development, but he also has the added benefit of working with city governments. We look forward to watching John succeed at Retail Strategies.”
“Retail Strategies is an exciting opportunity for me,” said Tiedt. “The team at Retail Strategies is committed and focused to servicing its clients to the fullest extent. I am prepared to further my career at the company while creating and maintaining relationships both within and outside of Retail Strategies.”