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Greensea Names Hamdy as VP, Business Development

Galal Hamdy (Photo: Greensea)

Posted by Eric Haun

Greensea said it has hired Galal Hamdy in the newly created position of Vice President, Business Development and Partnerships.

Hamdy has spent the past eight years working for Cox Automotive leading business development for the company's digital marketing business unit.
Vermont-based Greensea has increased its staff by 40 percent in the past six months, and said it is poised to continue this growth trend in 2018.
"Greensea is anticipating 2018 to be another year of explosive sales growth," according to the company's COO, Marybeth Gilliam. "Galal will be instrumental in driving growth and meeting our projections. He will be focused on identifying key partners, building long-term original equipment manufacturing (OEM) relationships, and developing new market segments."

Jan 8, 2018

 

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