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Carrie Ruddy (Trane Technologies) | A Great Purpose Can Change a Company The CMO Podcast

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The guest this week on The CMO Podcast is Carrie Ruddy, the Senior Vice President, Chief Communications & Marketing Officer of Trane Technologies–a 17 billion dollar by sales company focused on heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. But this is no ordinary HVAC company–they are 100% focused on helping solve the climate change crisis through innovative new products and services. Trane’s CEO attributes their strong business results to “a focused execution of our purpose driven strategy.” We’ll talk about that.

Carrie first discovered her passion for communications at the non-profit United Way, after completing her Bachelors at Colgate University, majoring in English and Philosophy. From there she made stops in several industries, including financial services and grocery/retail, before joining manufacturer Ingersoll Rand in 2014. In 2020 the tools business of Ingersoll Rand was spun off, and the remaining company was named Trane Technologies. In January 2022 Carrie was named Chief Communications and Marketing Officer of Trane Technologies.

Recorded at the Next Gen CMO Academy at Deloitte University, during a Texas heatwave, (it was 105 degrees!) It's only fitting that Carrie joined Jim in the crisp AC for her first ever podcast interview.

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The guest this week on The CMO Podcast is Carrie Ruddy, the Senior Vice President, Chief Communications & Marketing Officer of Trane Technologies–a 17 billion dollar by sales company focused on heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. But this is no ordinary HVAC company–they are 100% focused on helping solve the climate change crisis through innovative new products and services. Trane’s CEO attributes their strong business results to “a focused execution of our purpose driven strategy.” We’ll talk about that.

Carrie first discovered her passion for communications at the non-profit United Way, after completing her Bachelors at Colgate University, majoring in English and Philosophy. From there she made stops in several industries, including financial services and grocery/retail, before joining manufacturer Ingersoll Rand in 2014. In 2020 the tools business of Ingersoll Rand was spun off, and the remaining company was named Trane Technologies. In January 2022 Carrie was named Chief Communications and Marketing Officer of Trane Technologies.

Recorded at the Next Gen CMO Academy at Deloitte University, during a Texas heatwave, (it was 105 degrees!) It's only fitting that Carrie joined Jim in the crisp AC for her first ever podcast interview.

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

52 min

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