29 Prime Welcomes New Veteran Chief Financial Officer

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2013

IRVINE, California, Sept. 9, 2013 The leadership of 29 Prime, Inc. is excited to announce a new member to their chief management team. Craig Smith joined the company last week as Chief Financial Officer. His many years of experience will serve the company in their goal to double revenue over the next fiscal year. He will also aid in their efforts to grow with other web-marketing firms both through partnerships and mergers and acquisitions. Im happy to be joining the team. I hope to make a big impact on the financials, said Smith.

Smith is a California native who attended the University of California, Los Angeles, for both his CPA and MBA. His long career in finance took him to Disney for several years and, more recently, to a large technical services company that he helped usher from $ 50 million to $ 800 million in revenue in just 11 years. Were excited to have Craig on our team. Together, well drive 29 Prime to the next level, said Russell Wallace, Chief Executive Officer.

29 Prime, Inc. is the leading company in the U.S. and Canada dedicated to boosting the online visibility of small to mid-size businesses. They have recently been ranked the #2 company overall in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and #8 in The Top 100 Companies in California by the Inc. 500. Specializing in Local SEO online marketing, 29 Prime boasts having helped over 40,000 small businesses grow nationwide. For a full listing of client services, visit their client page.


Founded in 2010, 29 Prime has become the national leader in localized search engine optimization in just over three years. Their unique proprietary technology and methodology helps their clients increase their social media presence, website content quality, and search engine ranking. Its corporate headquarters is located in Irvine, California. For more information, visit their website.

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