LISNR Hires P&G Veteran Mick Suh as Chief Revenue Officer

The fast-growing, Cincinnati-based mobile technology company continues to build its management team.

LISNR, the creator of SmartTones, a new technology that sends data over audio, has hired Mick Suh as chief revenue officer.

Suh is a West Point and Chicago Booth graduate whose career has included service in the U.S. Army, time spent in the consulting world, 10 years as a brand marketer at Procter & Gamble and Kellogg's, and significantly growing revenue at

"Mick has a rare combination of discipline and vision," says LISNR CEO Rodney Williams. "He can spot innovation and good ideas — and then get to work fueling real growth, putting processes in place that help companies prosper. His experience in consulting, branding and sales make him a perfect fit for LISNR. I'm looking forward to working with Mick to bring LISNR into its next chapter."

"Throughout my career, I've helped big brands move from traditional marketing methods to innovative new technologies that serve the ever-changing customer," says Suh, who notes his experience introducing major consumer packaged goods companies to the possibilities of digital promotions and media. "I'm excited to apply that experience at LISNR, a company that has tremendous opportunities in entertainment, live events and broadcast, along with expansion opportunities in retail and CPG. LISNR has received a lot of recognition, through awards like the recent Cannes Lion win. Now it's my team's job to turn that positive momentum into significant revenue."

LISNR plans on hiring more sales talent to drive growth. "It's crucial that we get the right people in the right roles," says Williams. "We are looking for the best talent in the world to help build this business."

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LISNR is the creator of SmartTones, a new technology that sends data over audio. LISNR uses an inaudible digital sound file to turn any device into a beacon. LISNR gives brands and content creators a platform that delivers second-screen experiences and proximity-based messaging. Clients include Budweiser, Roc Nation, Shakira and Sony. For more information, visit