GLM Tabs Dooley as Director of IR Events Group

Craig DooleyCraig Dooley

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Craig Dooley has been named senior vice president and group show director of the IR Events Group at GLM.

Dooley will assume his new post on Feb. 4 and work out of the show-management company's Chicago office. In his post, a newly created one for GLM, he will oversee the strategy operations and expansion of the Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition, Internet Retailer Mobile Marketing & Commerce Forum and the Internet Retailer Web Design & Usability Conference.

He will also be responsible for the expansion of the IR Events Group through co-locations with GLM shows, including the recently announced Internet Retailer event at Surf Expo. He will report directly to Charles McCurdy, GLM's CEO.

Dooley brings 20 years of experience in the technology and events industries. He served in senior-level marketing and strategy roles for MMPI and Inforte Corp., the latter a technology consulting and systems integration firm.

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