JANUARY 2018, NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Next Level Performance announced the appointment of Dave Dittman as the new President of the company. As President, Dittman will have the responsibility for all Next Level Performance operating units. He takes over for Jim Dittman who remains as Chairman.
A 30-year veteran of Next Level Performance, Dave Dittman has worked closely with every business unit and has been a driving force behind the company’s success. He has formed and maintained valuable relationships with clients, vendors, and employees that allow the company to be a strategic and innovative partner to their customers, as well as a highly-engaged and peak-performing organization.
Founder Jim Dittman, says, “Dave has the leadership experience, strategic thinking, and proven ability to deliver results, making this an obvious next step in the company’s progression. He has been responsible for building the business to the size and complexity it is today, and he embodies our core values and our culture. Dave will continue to make sure Next Level Performance delivers on its brand promise, and remains one of the very Best Places to Work in New Jersey.”
After spending his first years at Next Level in Finance, Dittman has worked to acquire, maintain, and grow top accounts for the company. He has played a major role in helping many organizations to improve their culture, generate results, and motivate employees to deliver their best efforts.
His hand in developing best-in-class solutions for both recognition and rewards and incentive travel has made Next Level Performance an industry leader, most recently with the launch of the next generation online recognition solution, Applaudit™.
“It is an honor to take over an organization with such a proud history and clear path forward. I look forward to continuing to grow and improve the business. I am excited about the future of the organization, and about providing our clients with the cutting-edge solutions and the partnership they have come to expect of us for their recognition, loyalty, and incentive programs,” Dave says.