Proformative Management

Danny Phillips, President & CEO

Danny Phillips, President & CEO

Danny became Argyle’s President in 2014, bringing more than 20 years of experience managing conferences, continuing education events, tradeshows, consumer events, B2B marketing services, and digital and print content platforms in the US, Europe, South America, and Asia.

Prior to joining Argyle, Danny ran Present Sky, a media consultancy specializing in business development and M&A services, having previously served as Executive Vice President for 16 years at Advanstar Communications, one of the nation’s largest B2B event companies. He was responsible for operating divisions serving the healthcare, auto, motorcycle, IT, telecom, entertainment, and marketing sectors.

Scott Kenerly, Chief Financial Officer

Scott Kenerly, Chief Financial Officer

Scott joined Argyle as CFO in October 2015, and brings more than 15 years of finance and accounting experience to the role. After beginning his career in accounting and investment
banking, Scott has spent the past six years specifically tailoring his skillset as the senior financial officer at several high-growth companies in media and technology.

Most recently Scott was the VP Finance at ThreatGRID, Inc., a cybersecurity startup that was acquired by Cisco Systems, Inc. in June 2014. After spending a year integrating ThreatGRID in to Cisco, Scott left to join Argyle and the high-growth environment he prefers.

Tim Skennion, Vice President of Sales

Tim Skennion, Vice President of Sales

Tim is responsible for leading Argyle’s Revenue organization encompassing Sales, Client Services and Revenue Operations functions, where he draws on his 15 years of experience in building and leading revenue organizations for high growth companies.

Prior to joining Argyle in 2012, Tim held senior management positions with Return Path, where he served as the Vice President of Customer Acquisition Solutions and Infogroup, where as General Manager he led the digital media sales and client development organizations. A startup veteran, he contributed as part of the executive team of NetCreations, leading to their acquisition by Return Path, and dlvr.it, a digital content management platform where he managed the firm's corporate development efforts.