Dziob named business development manager at Phase Zero Design

April 16, 2021 - Connecticut
Jessica Dziob

Simsbury, CT Phase Zero Design recently welcomed Jessica Dziob to their architecture and interior design firm. Dziob is taking on the role of business development manager. This position is a first of its kind for their local office.

With almost 20 years of experience in retail banking and financial services, Dziob brings a wealth of experience developing and maintaining business relationships to the firm. Having held roles in management, business development, sales, and even marketing; Dziob will play a vital role in the firm’s continued dedication to strengthening client relationships, and to elevating their client experience.

“Her high-performance background made the decision easy,” says Matthew Wittmer, co-founder and Principal of the firm, “we are incredibly proud to have her on board. We’re excited to see all that Jess brings to the table for us, and for our clients.”

Phase Zero Design remains focused on diversification of the firm, with the recent addition of the Healthcare market sector and strong growth in multi-family residential. Dziob will assist the Simsbury office in these efforts as she plans to cultivate and maintain client relationships with a range of new professionals and organizations. Having played integral roles at nearly every level of the corporate landscape, Dziob is eager to adapt to the A/E/C industry.

“It’s incredibly powerful to add another woman to the team,” tells Lindsay Corsino, Associate Principal and Director of Business Development & Marketing, “we’re highly focused on growing the firm in strategic market sectors. Jess’s innate ability to connect with people and build relationships will help us do just that.”

To get in touch with Jessica Dziob, find her on LinkedIn. Or, email her at [email protected]

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