Concept3D Promotes Robert Johnson to VP of Sales

July 31, 2018 by Sam Slater

Concept3D is proud to announce the promotion of Robert Johnson to Vice President of Sales, where he will oversee the company’s growing Denver-based sales team.

Johnson moves into the position from his previous role with the company, Vice President of Business Development, where he focused on building new partnerships with clients in the data center, energy, Internet of Things, healthcare, retail and other verticals.

“Robert is an extremely capable individual and he fully understands how immersive technology supports our clients. He sees how it all ties together with the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things and companies looking to visualize their data so that it makes sense,” said Concept3D CEO, Gordon Boyes. “Robert’s management acumen also stands out, and he quickly builds rapport with teams and clients. This is an exciting time for Concept3D as we enter new markets, launch new products, and continue to double sales velocity year-over-year. We’re very pleased to have Robert take on this key role for the company.”

Concept3D recently announced the launch of its latest product, Tour Builder, an easy-to-use platform for companies to build VR-ready immersive tours. Learn more about Tour Builder and sign up for free.

Topics: Interactive Virtual Experiences

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