Quest Resource Holding Corp. Establishes Chief Revenue Officer Position Amid Expansion

Perry Moss, who joined Quest as senior vice president of sales and business development nine months ago, brings over 30 years of broad business development experience to his new role.

Quest Resource Holding Corp., a national provider of environmental waste and recycling services based in The Colony, has appointed Perry W. Moss to the newly created position of chief revenue officer.

“I am thrilled to add Perry to the Quest executive team. His expanded role will maximize his value to the company as a dealmaker, relationship builder, and strategic thinker. He has a proven track record of establishing partnerships with prospects and other stakeholders that lead to cost-effective solutions for sustainable waste management,” Quest CEO S. Ray Hatch said in a statement. “This new role is a result of our current business expansion and will help us sustain our growth into the future.”

Moss, who joined Quest as senior vice president of sales and business development nine months ago, brings over 30 years of broad business development experience to his new role. Quest said his track record at the company includes bringing on a record number of new client wins, with two expected to generate eight figures of annual revenue.

Previously, Moss worked in leadership roles at corporations such as Rubicon Technologies, Inc (NYSE: RBT), Oakleaf Holdings, and Smurfit-Stone’s Waste Reduction Services’ business unit.

Momentum in sustainability

In his new role, Moss will be responsible for driving revenue through various growth strategies, including new client acquisition, the expansion of strategic partnerships, and the development of new service solutions, Quest said. Moss will oversee Quest’s sales and marketing efforts, focusing on enhancing and expanding the company’s current industry-leading capabilities in these areas.

“I originally joined the organization because of the strong, passionate culture and the team of gifted professionals focused on delivering exceptional customer value,” Moss said in a statement. “My goal is to leverage those corporate talents to build profitable revenue streams from new clients and other stakeholder partnerships.”

Moss said he was confident that Quest’s “very compelling and unique value proposition would continue to resonate in the national marketplace as organizations search for the most effective ways to divert waste from landfills and improve sustainability.”

He added that he was looking forward to taking that message to the market and building on the company’s current momentum.

Quest enables larger businesses to excel in achieving their environmental and sustainability goals and responsibilities. The company delivers focused expertise across multiple industry sectors to build single-source, client-specific solutions that generate quantifiable business and sustainability results.

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