OceanWorks Names Business Development Manager

press release
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Keith La Rose, Business Development Manager – Military, Vancouver office

OceanWorks welcomes Keith La Rose to its team in the position of Business Development Manager – Military in Vancouver office.

 

Acting as Business Development Manager for the military industry, Keith’s primary function will be to expand OceanWorks’ penetration of the military market by further raising awareness of the company’s proven custom engineering, standard products, and service capabilities. Throughout his extensive sales career, Keith has held various professional and sales management positions, most recently as Sales Director and has served many of the world’s leading government defense agencies and prime contractors.

 

Keith holds a Management Skills in Advanced Technology Diploma from Simon Fraser University, as well as a Network Specialist, Active Directory Engineering Diploma from CDI College of Business and Technology. “We are very pleased that Keith has decided to join our team. He has an excellent track record in the military marketplace and his proven skills and experience will immediately make a significant contribution to OceanWorks’ continued expansion in the military market”, states Glen Viau, Chief Operating Officer at OceanWorks.
 

 

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