Veripos Names Senior Manager

press release
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Richard Turner, Global Business Development Manager

Aberdeen-based Veripos, suppliers of GNSS positioning services to the world offshore industry, has appointed Richard Turner as Global Business Development Manager responsible for continuing development of its worldwide operations, including acquisition of new business as well as commercial and contractual negotiations.

 

Reporting to Managing Director Walter Steedman, his brief also includes sales strategy formulation, market research and analysis, brand management and promotional activities. Holder of an Open University Business School MBA following a seven-year military career as a Royal Marines Commando and a surveyor within the Royal Navy’s Hydrographic Branch, Mr Turner joins Veripos from Fugro Data Solutions in North Wales with whom he was Head of Commercial Operations.  Earlier commercial posts included those with Racal Survey, Thales Geosolutions and as Navigation Manager for Fugro’s Houston office.
 

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