Jeff Nesbitt new Tebis business development manager for CanadaClick image to enlarge

Jeff Nesbitt has joined Tebis America as business development manager for Canada.

Nesbitt, who brings a strong background in software sales and marketing management, will focus on business development in Canada with a primary focus on the Ontario market.

He was most recently with Vero Software as Canadian sales manager. Prior to that, he spent 12 years as an account manager with Delcam/Autodesk.

According to Klotz, “one of our corporate objectives has been an increased presence in Canada and specifically Ontario. Jeff brings a wealth of knowledge to Tebis and a keen understanding of the Canadian market. Along with our recent appointments of a new vice president, sales and global strategic accounts manager, his appointment is but another step in the continuing growth that we are realizing as a company.”

 

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