Kymeta, the communications company that is described as completing the connectivity fabric for everything, everywhere, and that created the first electronically-steered, flat-panel satellite terminal that goes places traditional satellite dishes cannot, announces the appointment of David Geiling as Vice President of Sales, Asia Pacific. The goal with this appointment is to increase the availability of Kymeta solutions across multiple markets in the region.
Mr. Geiling's responsibilities will be for all direct sales and reseller management for Asia Pacific, including India, and with growing strategic customer accounts and partner relationships for Asia that enhance Kymeta’s core business objectives. Geiling joins a team of seasoned sales professionals at Kymeta, including Rash Jhanjee, Vice President of Sales, EMEA; Steve Sybeldon, Vice President of Business Development and Sales, North and South America; Paul Mattear, Vice President of Business Development and Sales – Government; and Scott Glass, Director of Sales, North America. The sales organization will continue to grow under the leadership of David Harrower, Sr. Vice President of Global Sales, as Kymeta pursues new market opportunities for connectivity solutions around the globe.
Geiling's experience includes sales executive and business development roles with extensive experience in the satellite, connectivity, and broadcast media industries. He brings a consistent track record of success in identifying, developing, and implementing deal strategy and closing business opportunities. Previously, he held the position of Senior Sales Director at Eutelsat, managing accounts in APAC, Europe and the U.S., with most of his career spent in Central Asia and East Asia. Geiling holds a bachelor’s degree cum laude from the University of Maryland and is an alumnus of the Defense Language Institute and is multi-lingual.
David Harrower, Senior Vice President, Global Sales, Kymeta said that they are very excited to have David join Kymeta. Adding an industry veteran like David to the Asia region is an essential part of their plan to offer truly global customer service to grow their sales and distribution partners in the region. They are focused on developing a global sales-driven organization, and building the sales force required to support their commercial and government customers across all regions and markets.