Scott Dockter with PBD Worldwide and Jan Jones with Freight Scouts

About the Show

On this CEO Exclusive we talk about disruption and technology trends with Scott Dockter and Jan Jones with PBD Worldwide.

About PBD Worldwide

Scott Dockter joined PBD Worldwide in 1993 and is responsible for the overall operations and management. Since being named CEO/President in 2000, PBD has expanded to become an international provider of superior distribution, customer care and accounting services to associations, non-profits, educational publishers and corporations. Scott’s strategic vision over the years has resulted in multiple new service offerings for PBD including promotional products, digital distribution, enhanced reporting solutions and printing and mailing services.

PBD has been recognized for numerous awards under Scott’s leadership including being named one of Atlanta’s Top Workplaces for seven consecutive years, a Best and Brightest Company to Work For for six years and one of Atlanta’s Healthiest Workplaces for five straight years. In 2017, Scott was recognized as one of the Highest Rated CEOs for U.S. Small & Medium Businesses (less than 1,000 employees) based on the voluntary reviews submitted by current and former PBD Worldwide employees on Glassdoor.

Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia as well as his Logistics Certificate from Michigan State University’s Executive Education division and a Logistics Certificate from Georgia Tech University’s Executive Program. Scott is the past President of the University of Virginia’s Athletics Foundation and served as Chairman for the Atlanta Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships for 15 years. Connect with Scott on LinkedIn, and follow PBD on Twitter and Facebook.

Jan Jones joined the PBD team in 2007 and brings over seventeen years of experience in the transportation and logistics industry with a focus in business development, solution selling, project management and client relationship management. Jan heads PBD’s non-asset freight brokerage division, Freight Scouts, where she oversees strategic business growth and daily operations.

Prior to launching Freight Scouts in 2016, Jan served as Vice President of Sales for PBD where she was responsible for developing new channels of revenue within PBD’s focused markets of non-profits, associations and corporations and has successfully converted and welcomed over 25 new client programs to the PBD family of clients.

During her career at PBD, she has led teams and worked independently to develop partnerships that have helped PBD grow its client base and expand its service offerings. Specifically, Jan initiated a new client program that was the foothold for PBD’s printing and mailing services offering, PBD Ink.

Prior to joining the PBD team, Jan spent eight years with an Atlanta-based worldwide transportation company where she was responsible for managing teams of sales professionals focused on retaining and growing market share in North Georgia. She earned the Chairman’s Sales Excellence Award for exceeding business plan in consecutive years and was a top-ranked Sales Manager in business development results and employee satisfaction. Connect with Jan on LinkedIn and follow Freight Scouts on Twitter and Facebook.

 

By | 2018-03-21T06:32:59+00:00 December 5th, 2017|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Chad Donley December 14, 2017 at 11:27 am

    Enjoyed listening to the interview. I’d like to think that FamilyLife (as your favorite customer) has a part in your recent growth and success. We appreciate your partnership in what we do.

  2. Teresa Lewis December 13, 2017 at 9:52 am

    Scott and Jan that was a Great interview I’m so glad the company is doing great thing’s i really enjoyed my time their would love to do a visit to see all the changes and the people congratulations on the new facility

  3. Teresa Lewis December 6, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    Scott and Jan that was a Great interview I’m so glad the company is doing great thing’s i really enjoyed my time there would love to do a visit and see all the changes and the people congratulations on the new facility

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