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The Orchard recruits Lisa Logutenkow to lead Canadian operations

The Orchard announced today that it has named Lisa Logutenkow, Vice President, Canada. Based in Toronto, she will report to Colleen Theis, COO of The Orchard. 

In this role, Logutenkow will be responsible for leading The Orchard’s Canada-based operations and driving Canadian market growth for both local and international labels from across its global distribution network. She also will oversee further expansion of The Orchard’s local label and artist relationships in Canada across a variety of genres through the development of innovative distribution services and solutions, and by seeking out and signing creative talent. 

“Lisa is an accomplished and proven industry leader who has successfully nurtured local talent and built an international presence,” Theis said. “Her independent spirit, dedication and passion makes her an ideal fit to maximize The Orchard’s platform, services and global reach in Canada and help us take our business to the next level.” 

“I cannot wait to champion The Orchard’s Canadian business alongside our Toronto team,” Logutenkow said. “The collective knowledge within The Orchard makes it one of the most exciting companies to be a part of, and they have set themselves apart in the industry.” 

Logutenkow joins The Orchard from Dine Alone Records, where she held the title of Vice President and ran the independent label’s business alongside Founder Joel Carriere. At Dine Alone, she also oversaw Bedlam Music Management, New Damage Records and Haven Sounds. In her 15-year tenure, Logutenkow helped grow the label’s business from a small local operation to an international company with releases from artists such as Alexisonfire, City and Colour, Dashboard Confessional, Jimmy Eat World, Lucious and The Lumineers. 

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