Luiz Mota Joins Let's Talk Interactive As Cmo To Boost The...

Luiz Mota Joins Let's Talk Interactive As Cmo To Boost The Company's Growth

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Thursday, April 21, 2022

Former Bank of America senior vice president will spearhead Let's Talk Interactive's continued growth as global demand for virtual care grows.

Fremont, CA: "After experiencing exponential growth over the last three years, Mota is joining us at a critical time. I'm confident his skills and leadership will support us as we rapidly scale our business, bringing virtual care solutions to people across the world." comments Arthur Cooksey, CEO, and founder of Let's Talk Interactive. Let's Talk Interactive, a leader in customizable telehealth solutions, has added Luiz Mota as the chief marketing officer. Mota, a former senior vice president with Bank of America, brings more than 15 years of sales and business expertise to the team.

Let's Talk Interactive's patented telehealth software solutions connect healthcare institutions, schools and universities, first responder and tribal organizations, and skilled nursing facilities to virtual care. Custom hardware, online and software development, and provider network solutions augment the software, enabling providers to expand access to care from anywhere in the world.

Mota's new responsibility will be to lay the strategic groundwork for Let's Talk Interactive's growth and brand awareness, as well as to attract investors. Prior to joining LTI, Mota worked at Bank of America in several capacities, including merchant services, sales management, and sales enablement, where he established an infrastructure for merchant platforms and oversaw product and marketing integration across the firm.

"Arthur and I met more than a decade ago and since then, he has shared his vision and passion to develop a company that brings people access to care," comments Mota. "I'm thrilled to be able to join the team, support Arthur's vision, and take on new challenges as I dive into a new industry."

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