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Mindbody names new president 

Mike Mansbach.

–Mindbody Inc, a technology platform for the wellness services industry located in San Luis Obispo, today announced that veteran Software as a Service (SaaS ) executive, Mike Mansbach, has been named President of Mindbody. Mansbach will report directly to Mindbody Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, Rick Stollmeyer, and will work alongside Mindbody Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Brett White.

Mansbach most recently served as President of Blue Jeans Network, a leader in cloud-based video communications services. Prior to that, he was CEO of PunchTab, a SaaS firm that was acquired by Walmart in September of 2015 for its unique customer engagement technology. Mansbach also spent nearly 10 years at Citrix, a cloud computing and SaaS provider, where he held multiple executive roles in the scale of the GoTo products to over $600M.

As president, Mansbach will focus on the growth engine of the company, overseeing sales, marketing, customer service, business development and corporate development. Stollmeyer will continue to lead the company’s vision, mission, and overall strategy.

“I am thrilled to welcome Mike to the Mndbody team,” said Stollmeyer. “His vast experience with both business and consumer software platforms and proven capabilities in the SaaS industry will play a pivotal role as we execute on our global growth strategy.”

“Mindbody’s impact on people’s everyday well-being is extraordinary,” said Mansbach. “Rick and this team have built a company whose success is measured by improving peoples’ lives. I am super excited to get to participate on such an awesome journey and mission.”

Mindbody, Inc. (NASDAQ: MB), based in San Luis Obispo, is the leading technology platform for the wellness services industry. Local wellness entrepreneurs worldwide use Mindbody’s integrated software and payments platform to run, market and build their businesses. Consumers use Mindbody to find providers in their local communities.

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