Sarah Tveidt

COLUMBUS, OHIO, August 16, 2023 – Aimpoint Research®, a global strategic intelligence firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Sarah Tveidt to Vice President of Client Services. In this role, she is responsible for product delivery and leading the company’s team of Fusion Leaders as they deliver integrated intelligence to clients. She will also continue to manage several of the firm’s key accounts.

“Sarah is an exceptional teammate and leader with grit and drive to ensure clients succeed,” said Mark Purdy, Aimpoint Research Chief Operations Officer. “Her focus on relationships, creative approaches, and an eye for impact makes her the ideal leader for Aimpoint’s client services team and I know she will take us to the next level in integrated intelligence.”

Sarah has played a major role in the growth of Aimpoint Research over the past four years, contributing significantly to sales and new product development. She led the establishment of the Executive Intelligence Network, co-created the first large-scale wargame and strategic planning process, helped develop threat assessments for clients, and much more.

“The agri-food industry has advanced significantly since I joined Aimpoint Research four years ago and our firm has been evolving with it,” said Tveidt. “Our team has a pulse on the trends and dynamics shaping our future food system. From wargaming and competitive intelligence to market research and economic analysis, we’re delivering unmatched value to our clients and partnering with them as they take action. As a former client myself, I understand the significance and impact of Aimpoint’s work and I look forward to taking our products and delivery to clients to the next level.”

Sarah brings business acumen, creativity, and over a decade of experience in agriculture to her role. Prior to joining Aimpoint Research, she held multiple roles during her tenure at the South Dakota Soybean Council, and previously served on staff for South Dakota Governor M. Michael Rounds. She holds a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from South Dakota State University. She grew up on a farm near Humboldt, South Dakota, where her family raises soybeans, corn, and beef cattle.