Ethernity appoints new VP of marketing and business development
(Sharecast News) - Data processing technology specialist Ethernity Networks (ENET) announced the appointment of Ilan Tevet as its new vice-president of marketing and business development on Friday.
The AIM-traded firm said that in the role, Tevet would be instrumental in identifying fresh avenues to capitalise on the company's core strengths, driving its business expansion.
With more than 25 years of experience, Ethernity said Tevet previously held key positions in sales, business development, product management, and marketing.
His career had been marked by a focus on hardware, software, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) networking and security solutions for communication service providers, utilities and government organisations.
Tevet had a track record of nurturing enduring and profitable relationships with technology partners, the board added.
Before joining Ethernity, Tevet served as a founding member and chief marketing officer of Iron Nation, an emergency venture capital fund established to support Israeli startups affected by the conflict with Hamas.
Prior to that, he spent six years as vice-president of marketing and business development at RAD, a specialist in access solutions.
"I've known Ilan for over two decades and I am thrilled he decided to join the Ethernity team," said chief executive officer David Levi.
"I eagerly anticipate witnessing the accomplishments of our exceptional team under his guidance to drive further growth."
At 1127 GMT, shares in Ethernity Networks were down 3% at 1.07p.
Reporting by Josh White for Sharecast.com.
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