Swiss cabling specialist Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) welcomed two new Sales Managers to further expand its European presence. Grigoris Panagos joined in Greece and Kim Ciesla in Denmark.
Both Grigoris and Kim enjoy extensive experience in the Connectivity and Telecom business.
Grigoris Panagos (42) has worked on various challenging projects in the information and communications market as e.g. FttA for 4G Mobile Networks and LAN Connectivity for Public and Private Networks, providing professional expertise and deep knowledge in the fields of Sales and Marketing. Grigoris holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering from the Technical University of Lamia, and an MBA with a focus on Telecoms from the Athens University of Economics and Business.
Kim Ciesla (43) is based in Denmark and joining the Nordics Sales team. Kim worked during his career in various sales roles in the fields of FTTx, connectivity and cable sales. Kim worked for several different companies including 6X, Huber&Suhner and most recently Prysmian.
«I am very pleased to welcome Grigoris and Kim on board of R&M. Both Kim and Grigoris bring a significant amount of industry experience in building key customer relationships and winning business», states Michiel Panders, General Manager Europe at R&M. «Kim and Grigoris will be instrumental in accelerating our business and increased penetration of our broad portfolio in their areas. »
Grigoris Panagos states: «I am honored to take this exciting opportunity to develop and strengthen R&M’s position in Greece together with the experienced southeastern Europe team of Alexander Petrov. I'm looking forward to accelerating our business, providing to the customer's high-quality products and innovative future proof solutions.».
Kim Ciesla states: «I am proud and excited for this opportunity to develop and strengthen R&M’s position in the Nordics. I have always seen R&M as a company with high-quality products and solutions. I'm looking forward to exciting our customers with R&M’s infrastructure solutions – connectivity that matters».