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AXIOM is excited to announce the promotion of Jason Ruff to Executive Vice President of AXIOM Learning Solutions! Congratulations Jason!

Congratulations on your promotion Jason!

Jason has more than 15 years’ experience in human capital and resource management and has been instrumental in overseeing these efforts, along with heading up AXIOM’s sales enablement arm and marketing efforts.  He also has previous experience as an entrepreneur; he was the founder of Choice Staffing in 2003 where he quickly built up the company and eventually sold it.

In Jason’s new role as Executive Vice President, he will work more closely with AXIOM President Herb Blanchard on company strategy and vision. In his time at AXIOM he has worked across the entire organization in recruiting, sales, company strategy, marketing, management and more. In his new role he will continue to do so, but on a larger, more global scale.

Herb Blanchard states, “We are excited about his new role at the company. Jason is the consummate team player, and his positive attitude is infectious both with the AXIOM team as well as with clients. His ability to take on more will greatly enhance our efforts as we continue to grow and be the leader in our industry. The last time Jason and I were able to collaborate at this level, we provided the vision and strategy to revolutionize a small firm and take them to 70 million in revenue. This time around, we have greater expectations.”

Please join us in congratulating Jason on his promotion.

AXIOM Learning Solutions is a learning and development services firm that specializes in providing the right talent and resources to fill your organization’s unique training needs. We become an extension of your workforce, allowing you to improve productivity while lowering costs.

AXIOM provides organizations with consistent, professional learning and development resources.  We specialize in custom content development, hands-on training, and both onsite instructor-led training and virtual training for individuals or groups.

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