360° Coverage : Campbell Global Network Strengthens Its North American Sales Unit

Campbell Global Network Strengthens Its North American Sales Unit

Campbell Global Network, a trusted industry provider of financial services today announced the promotion of industry sales expert Mr. Enrique Segovia to spearhead the North American Sales Unit.

Sep 1 2013, 3:14am CDT | by PR.com

London, United Kingdom, September 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- In this challenging new role Enrique Segovia will broaden and improve strategic sales, market, and business relations with North American clients. “I am very delighted to reveal that Enrique Segovia has joined Campbell Global Network,” says Mr. Timothy Jones, CEO. “Steve will lead efforts in developing, directing, and enriching North American sales strategies while spearheading a unit that caters to the world’s financial institutions, banks, and brokerage firms.

Before becoming a part of Campbell Global Network, Mr. Enrique Segovia held senior management and sales positions for IT, manufacturing, logistics, and advertising companies. As a member of the executive team, Enrique Segovia will assist in pushing strategic sales efforts that will pursue the efficacious acceptance and deployment of Campbell Global Network’s products and services. This addition to the North American Sales Unit will multiply its market reach while advancing solider, more strategic client relations.

“I am thankful for the smooth transition and the warm welcome by the team. I am more confident now that the challenges ahead will be handled by a very capable team and I am proud to be part of that team. Our goal is to sustain the very lucrative history contributed by Mr. Luis Estevez (outgoing North American Sales Unit Head) and build on it,” said Enrique. “My motivation is to continue on his legacy. With the whole North American Unit, we say thank you to Mr. Luis Estevez,” continued Mr. Segovia.

This addition to the Recognia North American sales team will expand its market reach while fostering closer, more strategic customer relationships.

About the Campbell Global Network
Campbell Global Network strives to provide services and products that would meet your options and futures needs. Campbell Global Network exerts its resources to cater to various clients: from Hedgers handling innate price risk in physical and financial commodities, from crude oil to coffee, to bonds and stock indexes and everything in-between, as well as customers wanting to broaden their financial strengths through Managed Funds, or entities wanting to execute trading approaches they have created or conceptualized.

Contact Information:
Campbell Global Network
Mike Everett
Contact via Email

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