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Best Pick selections highlight the solutions that help small business owners continue to adjust and grow in the face of COVID-19.
WALTHAM, Mass., Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today business.com, a trusted source of information for small to medium-sized business looking to start, run or grow their operations, announced the formal launch of its “Best Picks” program. Driven by business.com’s extensive product reviews section, the program evaluates the industry’s best tools and services specifically designed to help small businesses grow. Reviewed and selected by a team of independent researchers, today’s newly released Best Pick selections highlight the solutions that help small business owners continue to
Devexperts, a leading software solutions provider for the Capital Markets industry, announced that it has appointed Denis Kozlov as its new Vice President of Business Development.
In his new role, Kozlov will be responsible for growing Devexperts client base and its portfolio in Europe. Based out of Cyprus, where many of his potential Forex clients are located, he will be their first point of contact, intermediary and advisor.
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Kozlov brings nearly a decade of experience to the post in capital market product sales and equipping OTC and exchange brokers with a variety of trading software solutions where he has been assisting to expand market dominance of numerous key players in the brokerage market.
He was drawn to the hire by the company’s rich product line serving not
GSE Systems, Inc. (“GSE Solutions” or “GSE”) (Nasdaq: GVP), a leader in delivering and supporting end-to-end training, engineering, compliance, simulation, and workforce solutions to the power industry, today announced that Brian Greene has been named Vice President of GSE’s Nuclear Industry Training and Consulting business.
Mr. Greene brings more than 15 years of staffing industry experience to his new role. He spent more than a decade with System One in the professional staffing space, operating in a diverse portfolio of businesses, with particular focus in the nuclear energy and engineering sectors. His experience includes steady progress through recruiting, business development, and management roles, holding responsibilities for the growth and development of national and regional accounts, process improvements, and training/development.
GSE will benefit from Mr. Greene’s team-first attitude, familiarity with the nuclear industry, and his vision for advanced training and development solutions.
Harvard Business School named Srikant Datar as its new dean, turning to a veteran to steer it through the coronavirus pandemic that has upended much of higher education.
Mr. Datar joined the faculty as a business professor in 1996 and currently is the associate dean of university affairs at Harvard Business School. He will take the helm of the 112-year-old institution at the start of next year and has played a key role in developing and implementing the school’s response to Covid-19, Harvard President Larry Bacow said Friday.
“He is a leading thinker about the future of business education,” Mr. Bacow said. “He has served with distinction in a range of leadership positions over his nearly 25 years at HBS.”
Harvard Business School, one of the most influential and largest M.B.A. programs in the world, had been searching for
(Bloomberg) — Harvard University named Srikant Datar the dean of its business school, promoting an insider who has spent almost 25 years there and who helped lead its response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Datar becomes the 11th dean in the school’s 112-year history after serving as a professor and senior associate dean, Harvard said in a statement Friday. He starts in January, replacing Nitin Nohria, who leaves in December after a decade in the job.
“Srikant will come to the deanship with a broad international perspective, decades of close engagement with business practice, and a strong commitment to building an increasingly diverse and inclusive HBS community,” Lawrence Bacow, Harvard’s president, said in the statement.
The business school last month announced a plan to advance racial equality on campus and in the business world. Those initiatives include recruiting more Black students and faculty, adding a chief diversity officer, and
HARTFORD, Conn.–(Business Wire)–The Hartford appointed Bob Gulino as head of the Central Division for the company’s Middle and Large Commercial Insurance business. Gulino now leads the sales and underwriting operations for the company’s independent agents, brokers and customers across 13 Midwestern states from Minnesota to Texas. He reports to Tracey Ant, head of Field Operations & General Industries for Middle and Large Commercial insurance.
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Bob Gulino, head of the Central Division for The Hartford’s Middle and Large Commercial Insurance business (Photo: Business Wire)
“For more than 20 years Bob has served the Middle and Large Commercial business in a wide variety of field underwriting and leadership positions,” said Ant. “Bob’s underwriting and technical acumen coupled with his passion for developing talent, involvement in the community and credibility with our brokers and agents, will play an important role in executing
The Jack Daniel Distillery announced Wednesday the grandson of a longtime Master Distiller, Chris Fletcher, will take over that role with the company.
LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — The Jack Daniel Distillery announced Wednesday the grandson of a longtime Master Distiller will take over that role with the company.
Chris Fletcher, 39, will be carrying on the family tradition as Master Distiller of the iconic Tennessee whiskey brand. He is the grandson of former Master Distiller Frank Bobo, who served in the role from 1966 until his retirement in 1989.
Fletcher had previously served as Assistant Master Distiller for six years and will be responsible for the overall quality of Jack Daniel’s from “grain to glass,” innovation and serve as a global ambassador.
In addition, he will oversee the distillery’s new “Distillers in Training” program which recruits, teaches and mentors the next generation of whiskey makers.
H2scan Names Leon White New VP Transformer Sales and Business Development
White Brings More Than a Decade of Utility and Sales Experience
VALENCIA, Calif. -- October 5, 2020
H2scan, a leading provider of proven, proprietary hydrogen sensors and
technologies for utilities and industrial markets, announced today it has
named Leon White as its new Vice President of Transformer Sales and Business
In this role, White reports to company President and CEO Dennis Reid and is
responsible for global sales of H2scan’s hydrogen monitoring products within
the transformer industry.
White joins H2scan from Qualitrol, a company focused on condition-based
monitoring for utility assets, where he served as a senior sales manager in
the Midwest US region. Previously he worked as an application engineer and a
sales manager at General Electric. White began his career as a substation
design engineer at electric utility company, Ameren.
White has electrical engineering