ACCESS keep its traditional commitment to bring next generation innovations to the automotive industry by kicking off the year by demonstrating its latest In Vehicle Infotainment solutions at CES. This year I would like to extend a personal invitation to the leaders, visionaries, Innovators and the go getters of the industry, to see our vision of a future in which the car industry ensures that our favorite and personal media services are available in connected cars.
Doron is Business Development, Automotive at ACCESS Europe GmbH. He isProfessional Sales executive with 18+ years of experience in management and development of US and Asian markets include Account Management, Business Development, Marketing and General Management across diverse industries, cultures, and geographical territories. Extensive B2B and B2C products and solutions sales in the telecommunication, IP security, broadcasting and multimedia industries for MSO, Telco’s, satellite, cable, IP, NSP, ISP and mobile operators. Consistently exceeds key performance metrics while focusing on successfully delivering sales and business objectives. Develop and execute effective strategies from ground up into greenfield and mature markets.
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