Former CEO of Coinamatic Joins Landlord Web Solutions
Thorold, ON (Sept. 10, 2014 ) – Landlord Web Solutions (LWS), a leading online marketing, web design and data syndication service provider for the Canadian rental housing industry, is pleased to announce today the appointment of Sean Smith as an Investor and Strategic Partner. Smith, former President and CEO of Coinamatic Group of Companies, has also been appointed as a Board Director for the company. Smith has considerable experience in Private Companies as CEO, Advisor, Shareholder, Board Director and Business Owner.
"We are thrilled to have Sean join our team as we expand the LWS offering to the Canadian rental market"
"We are thrilled to have Sean join our team as we expand the LWS offering to the Canadian rental market," said Jason Leonard, President and Co-Founder of Landlord Web Solutions. "Sean has a proven track record in our industry and in leading high growth companies. LWS has exciting plans for the next 18 – 24 months and Sean will play an integral role in helping execute on our vision."
Smith stated "The software solution built by the team at LWS offers considerable value to building owners and property managers. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to work with such a terrific team of dedicated, talented, young entrepreneurs".
Co-founded by Jason Leonard, David Koski and Michael Mottola in 2010, LWS has quickly become a leader and trusted supplier in the rental industry. LWS has created a well defined and comprehensive suite of solutions that are now utilized by more than 75 companies representing over 225,000 rental units across Canada.
About Landlord Web Solutions:
Landlord Web Solutions (LWS) is a Canadian-based, website design and online marketing company that caters exclusively to the multi-unit residential rental industry. LWS has quickly become a leader and trusted supplier to more 75 Canadian companies representing over 225,000 rental units. LWS has built outstanding websites and Internet friendly tools for landlords with portfolios ranging from 150 to 24,000+ units in Canada.