Nicc Lewis, Leverate’s Chief Marketing Officer, has decided to leave his position, following almost four years with the company.
Mr. Lewis initially joined Leverate back in May of 2014, taking on the marketing duties of the company, and helping to guide the financial technology provider through various changes of the dynamic FX and CFD.
Throughout his time with Leverate, his responsibilities included heading the company’s marketing and branding activities, including marketing communications, design, lead generation, and social marketing.
Finance Magnates reached out to Mr. Lewis, who offered his comments on the decision: “After four amazing years at Leverate it was a really hard decision to leave. I am very grateful to the board, the management and great people at Leverate for the opportunity and the time I have spent at Leverate. I will formally leave in a couple of weeks and I will be able to comment on what is next for me in the coming week or so. I have great faith in Leverate and I wish everybody the best for the future.”
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The contributions of Mr. Lewis to Leverate over the past four years were valued and clearly did not go unnoticed. Leverate’s Chief Executive Officer Jacob Yasha Polyakov also commented: “We wish Nicc all the best in his future ventures; it was a pleasure working with such a creative mind.”
Experience Prior to Leverate
Prior to joining Leverate, Mr. Lewis had obtained substantial experience in the online industry. Most of his experience in terms of time was gained at Spiral Solutions, a performance marketing company, where he worked for almost 10 years, from December 2002 through August of 2012. He eventually became the company’s VP of Gaming Business Solutions.
After departing from Spiral Solutions, he became the VP of Marketing and Business Development for Webpals, during a 20-month period spanning from 2012 to 2014.
Recent Developments by Leverate
Leverate has been able to achieve a great deal during Mr. Lewis’ time with the company. One of the major projects that has been accomplished is the company’s innovative and interactive trading platform, Activ8.
In enhancing Activ8, Leverate integrated Autochartist to the trading platform, further enriching the user experience, by increasing the number of tools and features available to traders.
Toward the end of last year, Leverate also launched an expansion package called ‘Go East’ intended to assist companies in their expansion to Asian markets. The package encompasses technology, execution, and management services, in an effort to facilitate a smooth entry into Asian markets for brokers.