NetComm Scores Goal with New Channel Appointment
- 20 June, 2006 12:46
<p>NetComm, a leading Australian provider of communications products and solutions, today announced the strengthening of its national channel team with the appointment of Ken Kozak to Channel Sales Manager.</p>
<p>In the role, Ken will be responsible for the overall management of NetComm’s national channel sales team and will oversee NetComm’s channel relationships with distributors, retailers and reseller stores.</p>
<p>Ken has over 15 years experience in B2B and consumer sales – selling a cross section of IT hardware, software and telecommunications products and solutions. Ken comes to NetComm from Sierra Brands Australia Limited, where he held the position business development manager and dealt directly with companies such as The Good Guys, Blockbuster, JB Hi-Fi, 7-Eleven and ALDI. Ken has also held senior national business development manager positions with AAPT (retail), Legrand Software and Palm Sales.</p>
<p>Ken, originally from Canada, has a strong sporting background. He has won a gold medal at the Ice Hockey World Championships and in 1987 was listed by the Guinness Book of World Records for most goals scored in an international ice hockey match. He holds a Diploma of Business Management (Electronics Technology) with Honours from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.</p>
<p>NetComm is Australia's leading provider of broadband hardware solutions. It holds a commanding position in the key markets of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), high-speed networking, wireless, hotspots and digital surveillance systems, and is developing a strong presence in the VoIP sector. NetComm products are researched, developed and engineered in Australia to meet local requirements and conditions. The company has a history of sustained growth and innovation, and is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: NTC).
For more information visit www.netcomm.com.au</p>
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