Seven Corners, a travel insurance and specialty benefits company, has appointed Jeremy Murchland as its newest president.
With more than 20 years of total senior management experience, Murchland most recently served as the company’s senior vice-president of sales & marketing. In that role, he helped implement product and process enhancements that led to sales growth and profitability improvements across the travel and government insurance segments, a release said. He has led a number of strategic initiatives over the past 18 months.
“Jeremy’s proven track-record of building high-performing teams highly focused on profitable growth will help Seven Corners further strengthen its focus on delivering the right products and services for the travel insurance market,” commented Seven Corners co-founder and CEO Justin Tysdal.
In a statement, Murchland expressed his enthusiasm to lead the Seven Corners team in his new position.
“I believe Seven Corners has a great business model and talented management team that uniquely positions us to capitalize on the changing travel insurance market,” Murchland said, adding that he believes the company is well-positioned to capitalize on the changing travel insurance market thanks to its unique business model and talented management team.
Prior to joining Seven Corners, Murchland was vice-president of business development for ALOM Technology, and executive director of sales for Ingram Micro.
Murchland earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA from Bellevue University.