Private Label Express Announces Ryan Zackon Will be Stepping Down as its COO


Private Label Express announced today that Ryan F. Zackon, its Chief Operating Officer will be stepping down effective Jan 18th 2017 in order to pursue other business interests.

Mr. Zackon joined Private Label Express as COO in early 2017 and has led the company through a critical phase of strategic transformation, creating strong growth and profitability.

“The company is exceptionally well positioned strategically,” Zackon remarked when contacted for comment. “Private Label Express has an extremely talented executive team supported by a dedicated and customer focused work force. I expect that the company will continue to be successful in the future.”

Mr. Zackon and Founder/CEO Robert De Lima are largely credited with the recent growth the company has seen, busting onto the scene and capturing a major market share in 2017

“Ryan is a highly effective leader and has provided valuable insight and assistance as the company has re-structured, acquired assets and expanded. He will be missed, and we wish him best of luck in his future endeavors.”

Mr. Zackon came to Private Label Express from California after many years in the private sector, both as Senior Vice President and then Chief Operating Officer of a leading multi-national security company. Prior to that, Mr. Zackon worked in various public sector roles including as an Intelligence Analyst with the Los Angeles Police Department and Palantir Technologies, where he was embedded with LAPD’s acclaimed Special Investigation Section (SIS).
Upon his departure, Mr. Zackon will stay assume a seat on the Private Label Express’s advisory board.

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