Rheaply welcomes Daniel Kietzer as Director of Ecosystem Growth

June 8, 2021

Our team at Rheaply is passionate about helping people feel and experience the sustainable value of reusing and recirculating resources through their communities. Our new ecosystem growth team builds on this passion and is focused on rapidly expanding Rheaply’s ecosystem of circular economy matchmakers and innovators – including nonprofit organizations, small & medium sized businesses, and academic institutions. Enter Daniel Kietzer.

Daniel brings a wealth of circular economy leadership and experience to Rheaply. He’s spent the last 11 years at the US Business Council for Sustainable Development, most recently as Director of Operations, where he and his team led development of the Materials Marketplace, worked with cities and states on economic development programming like the City of Austin’s [Re]verse Pitch competition, and other reuse and recycling market development initiatives across North America. Daniel lives and breathes by Rheaply’s core values, and is driven by a deep care for protecting our environment and sharing value through reuse in our communities.

From Daniel: “I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve joined Rheaply as Director of Ecosystem Growth! Rheaply is the technology for a circular economy – our platform brings together people and objects to help organizations eliminate waste, decrease costs, and gain efficiency.”

We can’t wait to see how Daniel builds out the ecosystem growth team to bring the circular economy to the organizations, businesses, and institutions who need us most.

Watch our careers page to learn more about the growing team at Rheaply.

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