WAGO Introduces Michael Cuff as New Business Development Specialist


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Michael Cuff has been hired by WAGO for the position of Business Development - PCB & Electronic Interconnect Specialist. A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, Michael studied Electrical Engineering, earning his Bachelor’s Degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and his Masters at Tufts in Medford.

Following college, Cuff worked at Dell EMC for ten years rising through the ranks ultimately settling into the position of Senior Hardware Design Engineer. He then moved onto TE Connectivity as an account manager for nearly four years. This experience, he says, gave him confidence to assist engineers troubleshooting issues on the job site. 

He believes his engineering and sales background gives him an advantage, “Sitting on both sides of the table, I understand what engineers need and want from their supplier.”  Michael says he is excited for new challenges and to work for a family run company, “You can see the culture is indeed different, more of a family atmosphere.”

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