Swiss VAD Infinigate Group names two new executives as part of 'aggressive, high growth' €1.5bn drive

Julien Antoine joins as chief business development officer from Exclusive Networks and Andreas Bechtold is promoted to chief revenue officer

Nima Green
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Swiss VAD Infinigate Group names two new executives as part of 'aggressive, high growth' €1.5bn drive

Infinigate Group has hired two new board members who will be jointly responsible for its plans to achieve a €1.5bn revenue target by 2024, the Swiss-headquartered distributor has said. Former Exclusive Networks EVP of strategy and operations, Julien Antoine, joins Infinigate as its chief business development officer. While Andreas Bechtold has been promoted internally from regional VP DACH operations to chief revenue officer. CEO of the Infinigate Group Klaus Schlichtherle said he has...

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