Flynn Maloy is Vice President of Marketing for HPE GreenLake Cloud Services, HPE’s industry leading As A Service business. Flynn and his team created and launched the GreenLake brand 2 years ago and have since grown it into the market leader for on-premises Cloud services. Today HPE GreenLake has over 35% global brand awareness and growing at 82% yr/yr with over $4b in contacts. Flynn and his marketing team develop the go to market strategy, story and content for the brand, and execute marketing programs globally to drive awareness and generate demand.
Mr. Maloy has been with HP since 2001. His experience includes roles in every functional area of marketing at HP, and across the gamut of HP technologies and groups – including Imaging and Printing, PCs and laptops, Enterprise hardware and solutions, and over 8 years in Services marketing across support, outsourcing, consulting, and cloud. Prior to stepping into his current role, Flynn led the Marketing team for HPE Pointnext Services, the services division of HPE, and prior to that, led the HP Segment marketing team for both the Global Accounts and the Small and Medium Business segments.
Mr. Maloy received a Master’s degree in International Management from Thunderbird International School of Business, and a Master of Business Administration from W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU with a specialization in Services Marketing and Management. He has lived and worked overseas for more than 2 decades, speaks several languages, and resides today in Sacramento, California with his wife and two children.
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