GROSSE POINTE—Hyer, developers of an on-demand labor app for the gig economy, announced the appointment of Dan DelGiudice as vice president of business development.
Dave Dempsey, Founder and CEO said, “As Hyer rapidly expands into new markets, DelGiudice will be a significant addition to our team,” said Hyer founder and CEO Dave Dempsey. “His industry experience coupled with his focus on customer relationships will be essential as we continue to reinvent how work gets done.”
DelGiudice most recently served as vice president of business development for Shipt, the Target-owned, on-demand delivery service. In that role, he led all new partnership acquisition and revenue across retail and consumer goods industries and was responsible for expanding Shipt’s footprint through national and local partnerships. DelGiudice has spent over 15 years in the retail, e-commerce, and startup markets in partner-facing roles with companies like Anheuser-Busch and Amazon.
“Hyer is disrupting the labor landscape by giving people the flexibility they want, all while providing businesses with on-demand help,” DelGiudice said.
Led by a team of industry experts, Hyer launched in 2019 in Michigan—and today has expanded their footprint across leading retailers in 10 states with three guiding principles in mind: empower people, create and connect opportunities, and support the communities it serves. More at www.gohyer.com.