Kramer appoints presidents in EMEA and APAC to scale up operation

Kramer appoints presidents in EMEA and APAC to scale up operation
Kramer Electronics has announced the appointment of two new executives to lead regional operations in EMEA and APAC.

This expansion of Kramer’s executive team is a key step to support the company’s rapid business growth and strengthen its customer-centric strategy. It is also aligned with Kramer’s shift toward a regional approach. As part of this, Kramer will establish a new EMEA regional headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and will locate the APAC regional headquarters in its existing Singapore offices. 

“Building on Kramer’s strong performance, we are now strengthening our leadership team and laying a strong foundation to support exponential growth,” said Gilad Yron, CEO Kramer Electronics. “This is an instrumental element in building a scalable organisation that excels in providing solutions that meaningfully power the physical-digital world. As we shift our centre of gravity towards the customer, having senior executives in the regions where our customers are will deepen our market intimacy and increase our responsiveness to customer needs.”

Roni Klein (above), who was formerly Kramer VP of strategic accounts, has been promoted to Kramer EMEA president. With more than 25 years experience across a broad base of technology, and services. Prior to joining Kramer, Klein served as global VP sales at Pangea IT. He has held varied management and executive roles at IDE Technologies, Verint Asia-Pacific, and NUR Macroprinters.

Marc Rémond (below)has been appointed Kramer APAC president. A seasoned international business executive and entrepreneur, Marc has 23 years of experience in selling and marketing IT and communications solutions and services to enterprise, government and education institutions. He has extensive experience in the AV and collaboration field, including as a regional VP of sales, meeting and learning solutions at Barco, and as a global senior director at Polycom (now known as Poly). 






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