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01/25/2022

Vibenomics Promotes CFO

Jacqueline Barba
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Vibenomics, a location-based audio out-of-home (AOOH) advertising experience company, has promoted Jenny Quinnette from senior vice president of finance to chief financial officer. In her new role, Quinnette will navigate through various stages of development and growth to transform Vibenomics’ finance, accounting, business intelligence and business operations.

Quinnette has more than 15 years of experience in the industry. As svp of finance for Vibenomics, she led and developed Vibenomics’ financial planning and budget management. Adding the CFO role allows Quinnette to assume greater responsibility for internal financial controls and external fundraising. 

“As Vibenomics undergoes rapid growth, we knew it was time to appoint a CFO,” said Brent Oakley, CEO of Vibenomics, in a news release. “Jenny’s deep experience overseeing financial operations within the accounting and technology sectors, in addition to her leading operational changes, will generate an immediate impact. Her forward-thinking leadership will enable us to grow our leadership position in AOOH.”

In 2009, Quinnette joined 40|86 Advisors to lead their accounting and reporting team. After joining Allegient as its director of finance and accounting in 2014, she led the finance team through the company’s acquisition by DMI and oversaw its integration. She assumed the role of CFO at Onebridge, guiding the company through a debt restructuring, implementing a new HRIS/payroll system and onboarding a new ERP/CRM platform for time and resource management. Moving to Viral Launch in 2018, Quinnette built a finance team and helped to raise $7.3M equity

Vibenomics is poised for significant growth in 2022. The company recently signed a multi-year deal with Hy-Vee, a multistate grocery chain planning to open a new Indianapolis location in 2023. The company’s 400+ stores will begin broadcasting Vibenomics audio on Feb. 15. 

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