Cameron heads international sales for H2O Innovation
27 Jul 09 by desalination
Canadian membrane water treatment company H2O Innovation Inc announced on 24 July 2009 the appointment of Ian B Cameron to the newly created position of director of sales – international.
Cameron moves to H2O Innovation after leaving Energy Recovery Inc, where he held a number of senior engineering and sales positions over the course of his eight-year stay, including his most recent position as sales manager, Americas.
Working closely with H2O’s North American sales team and the After Sales, Consumables & Maintenance Solutions group, Cameron will assume leadership of H2O Innovation’s international sales team and will have a key role in expanding the company’s presence in fast growing international markets. Guillaume Clairet, H2O Innovation’s international business development manager, will team up with Cameron to develop targeted strategic international markets.
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