Wilson joins Water Planet in business development role
27 Jul 16 by desalination
Water Planet has appointed Thomas Wilson as senior vice president of business development, to help drive the company’s growth strategy.
Wilson joins Water Planet from Kore Infrastructure, where he was chief operating officer, and he has previously held senior roles at Evoqua Water Technologies (formerly Siemens), and Siemens Industry USA.
“Tom’s skills and experience in setting vision, developing strategy and directing cross-functional teams will greatly benefit our organisation as we continue our dynamic growth,” said Water Planet chief executive Eric Hoek.
While at Siemens, Wilson led a team that won the company’s Top Team Award for Organisational Turnaround. His management specialisms include improving business performance, integrating acquisitions, driving sales, and delivering organisational transformation.
Wilson has a masters degree in business administration from the University of Alaska Anchorage, and a bachelor of sciences degree in mechanical engineering from Montana State University.
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