Port Washington, NY, August 4, 2022 — The NPD Group today announced that Dealerscope has named Molly Putnam, vice president, analytics, and Chloe Cook, executive director, consumer technology, to its annual “40 Under 40” list. The individuals recognized this year were nominated by their industry peers and selected by Dealerscope’s team.
At NPD, Putnam works with manufacturers, retailers, and platforms to deliver prescriptive analytics across all stages of the research journey. Using forecasting, pricing analytics, buyer analytics, and other tools, she and her team address the most critical business issues facing NPD partners in the consumer technology, B2B technology, mobile, video games, and office supplies industries.
As executive director in NPD’s Consumer Technology practice, Cook leads NPD’s partnership with a technology industry leader. Her efforts and collaboration both internally and with the client have led to successful projects that provide her client with the tools and insights needed to drive their business forward.
“Congratulations to Chloe, Molly, and all others recognized by Dealerscope in this year’s ‘40 Under 40’ list,” said Brad van Dillen, president of the Consumer Technology practice at NPD. “In her nearly five years with NPD, Chloe has established herself as a go-to resource for tech clients and colleagues. She is analytical, curious, and eager to help others find their footing in the tech industry.”
“Molly has played an instrumental role in building a strong portfolio of solutions for our Technology sector clients, ensuring they have visibly into how consumers shop to inform their business decisions,” said Patty Altman, executive vice president, analytics at NPD. “Beyond delivering for clients, colleagues are inspired by Molly’s fearlessness. She looks at challenges and dives in with a plan to win – in doing so she rallies the team and all of those around her.”
Dealerscope’s “40 Under 40” list is featured on the Dealerscope website. It includes career histories and thoughts from the winners on their career paths and the future of the tech industry.