Zvi Peled, Seasoned International Executive, to Become Nano Dimension’s COO and CRO


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Nano Dimension Ltd., a leading Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) provider, announced today that effective May 1, 2020, Zvi Peled will be appointed as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). 

From 2015 to 2020, Mr. Peled was the VP Sales-Americas, of the Security Business Unit in FLIR Systems Inc., a public company with $1.8 Billion in annual revenue, focused on intelligent sensing solutions for defense, industrial, and commercial applications. Previously, Mr. Peled was the COO and CRO of DVTEL Inc., video surveillance and artificial intelligence software & hardware high-tech company, which was acquired by FLIR Systems Inc. in late 2015. Previously, Mr. Peled was the President and CEO of Apollo Network Services Ltd., a private company that manages large projects in the field of defense, energy and transportation for Finmeccanica, a multi-billion-Euro corporation, and one of the largest European organizations of its kind. He was also the CEO of Flash Networks Ltd., a technological leader offering mobile data access gateway, with top-tier customers such as AT&T Wireless, T- Mobile, SFR and Vodafone Omnitel.  

Earlier in his career, Mr. Peled spent 20 years with Elbit Systems Ltd., a multi-billion-dollar international defense company engaged in a wide range of electronics related programs worldwide, in the areas of avionics, ground and navy systems, C4I and advanced electro-optics technologies. As VP Operations he ran the R&D and Engineering division, employing over 1,000 researchers and engineers. He was appointed as the GM of Elbit Communications Division, which included CTV plant, data communication company and telephony over cable TV project in China. 

“Nano Dimension is clearly one of the most exciting opportunities I have ever encountered insomuch as proven multi-disciplinarian technology of chemistry, 3D-printing process of two materials at once controlled by proprietary algorithms and AI software,” commented Mr. Peled. “The breakthrough products are sold to leading multi-billion dollar corporations on four continents, yet the exponential growth is clearly ahead as competition is still struggling. I have done it before, but the potential in Nano Dimension surpasses the previous companies I have led.” 

“In a few multi-disciplinarian high-tech companies that I helped turn around as CEO and/or shareholder, Ziki was my partner as COO, CRO or CEO,” said Yoav Stern, CEO and President of Nano Dimension. “Some were sold at high returns to shareholders, and one has been operating profitably for many years, where I am still a shareholder and a board member. I cannot think of a better person to help maximize opportunities and lead in turning challenges into leverage points for Nano Dimension. Ziki has demonstrated, as a business leader, that he has the ability to identify opportunities in obstacles, rather than the opposite.”  

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