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PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Group on Friday named industry veteran Janet Carter Smith SVP market development, with responsibility for developing business solutions, consulting and expanding efforts in market development.
“Janet is an industry-recognized senior leader with a proven track record of driving commercial success in the consumer packaged goods industry," stated Randall Fields, Park City chairman and CEO. "She is uniquely talented at identifying, managing and providing organizational leadership to develop enterprise wide initiatives and strategies. Her extensive industry experience will help expand Park City Group’s market development and expand into new channels,"
“One of the biggest challenges our industry faces today is we live in a consumer-driven marketplace where the speed of change and the ability to respond to the shopper’s expectations is paramount," Carter Smith said. "Park City Group is providing leadership and solutions enabling greater collaboration and more informed decision making between retailers and suppliers, resulting in increased sales and profitability for both.”
Carter Smith spent more than 17 years at GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, most recently serving as VP corporate development.
Carter Smith served as chairperson, Retail Liaison Committee and sat on the Annual Executive Conference Planning Committee at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, she was a retail advisory board member for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, a member of the Education Leadership Council for the Global Marketing Development Center and was on the Health, Beauty and Wellness Advisory Committee at the Healthcare Distribution Management Association. She was also the Network of Executive Women ambassador for GlaxoSmithKline.
Carter Smith received a BS in Business Management from Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Ala.