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Nano Dimension Ltd., an industry-leader in Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME), Printed Electronics (PE), and Micro Additive Manufacturing (Micro-AM) announced that Greg Caldwell has joined as Vice President of Global Marketing, reporting to Zivi Nedivi, Global President of Nano Dimension.
Caldwell brings extensive experience in building and leading customer-centric marketing organizations in both the additive and traditional manufacturing industries. Mr. Caldwell held various senior-level roles in marketing and sales at Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett Packard, and Dell Technologies. Most recently, he was Head of Global Marketing and Sales Enablement at Anark Corporation and Vice President, Marketing and Communications at 3D Systems.
At Nano Dimension, Mr. Caldwell will lead the development of a global marketing organization that will have a footprint in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific. He will focus on the development and delivery of Nano Dimension’s message to customers and prospects, emphasizing the innovation and disruption that Nano Dimension is driving in additively manufactured industries, such as electronics and micro mechanics.
“This is an exciting time to join Nano Dimension and to help lead the next phase of growth,” commented Mr. Caldwell. “I have been following Nano Dimension’s impact for a while and was impressed by their customer centricity. Our mutual goal is to disrupt the electronics and adjacent Additive Manufacturing industries and unlock business value for our customers in a way that enables them to use Nano Dimension’s innovative and intelligent platforms to do things that they’ve never been able to do prior to now.”
“Greg is a results-oriented leader who brings more than two decades of marketing, sales, and communications experience at high-growth companies with a focus on pipeline generation, account-based marketing growth strategies, and enabling sales teams to become more effective and win more deals,” stated Zivi Nedivi, Global President of Nano Dimension.
Nedivi added, “Nano Dimension is disrupting a space that very few others try to occupy – additively manufactured electronics and micro-AM. As such, we see it as our core responsibility to raise awareness not only of Nano Dimension as a company, but also the broader opportunities that additive manufacturing and 3D printing brings to the world through a better ecological footprint, improved manufacturing times, reduced overall costs, and transformative improvement in IP security. Greg’s experience, vision, and passion will be critical to make this happen.”