GWS accelerates the pace and hires Morgan Widung as new global sales manager
GWS has hired Morgan Widung as global sales manager, thereby strengthening the sales team to be able to handle the strong interest in the company’s products.
Widung joins GWS most recently from Innoventum AB, an innovative cleantech company where he was responsible for building global sales. Morgan Widung has extensive experience in sales, cross-cultural leadership and business development from the IT company RFMD and from Ericsson. He has worked in the IT/Telecom industry for the majority of his career and has a solid understanding of the business opportunities that GWS’ Safeture app can create.
“It feels great now that we have an experienced sales manager in place. Morgan has extensive experience managing multifaceted sales teams with a focus on both sales and customized product development, which is a perfect fit for GWS. Morgan will further strengthen the GWS team and his experience and expertise will make a strong contribution to our future operations and growth,” says Andreas Rodman, CEO of GWS.
“I appreciate the confidence placed in me and am delighted to accept this challenge. I am passionate about building and growing businesses and look forward to the opportunity to lead sales and business development at GWS. GWS has tremendous global growth potential and an extremely value proposition for businesses,” says Morgan Widung, incoming sales manager at GWS.
For further information please contact CEO Andreas Rodman, +46 (0)708-10 13 16 or email@example.com
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About GWS (Global Warning System)
GWS provides a mobile-based personal security service to businesses and consumers to protect employees, family members and individuals when they travel abroad.
The company uses mobile positioning technology and a warning system to help protect individuals against disease outbreaks, terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other potential threats. The company was founded in 2009, based on the experiences from a global SARS epidemic, the tsunami in the Indian Ocean and the terrorist attack in Mumbai, where people could have been warned earlier and received more information.
The company’s app is called Safeture; more information about the app is available at www.safeture.com
Global Warning System meets a growing need to protect employees and family members when traveling abroad, through tracking and by providing valuable real-time information on disasters and other threats that can affect a traveller.