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Lux Research, Inc. announced today that Rob Burns had been hired as its Vice President, Sales.
Lux Research, Inc., the world’s premier research and advisory firm focusing on the business and economic impact of nanotechnology, announced today that Rob Burns had been hired as its Vice President, Sales.
Rob will lead Lux Research’s direct sales organization and manage the company’s relationships with worldwide clients and distributors. His team focuses on delivering value to Lux Research’s primary clients: large corporations, institutional investors, nanotechnology startups, and government and economic development organizations.
Rob has spent the last 12 years in corporate sales and executive leadership positions. Rob comes to Lux Research from Gartner Group [IT], where he previously served as Global Account Manager and was one of the firm’s top 5 producing sales executives worldwide. Before Gartner, he served as Datastream Software’s Regional Director for the Northeast US and Eastern Canada, and a Sales Executive at ADP [ADP]. Rob has a B.S. in Economics from the University of Maryland and an M.B.A. in International Business from The George Washington University.
“We’re excited to welcome Rob to the senior management team,” said Peter Hebert, CEO of Lux Research. "We believe his experience in managing strong research and advisory relationships will be invaluable to Lux Research’s worldwide clients. Rob will also be critical in expanding the company’s reach within the markets we serve.”
About Lux Research:
Lux Research is the world's premier research and advisory firm focusing on the business and economic impact of nanotechnology and related emerging technologies. Lux Research provides continuous advisory services, customized studies, and consulting to large corporations, start-ups, the government and financial institutions. Our founders and our research staff are the most widely recognized nanotechnology visionaries throughout the world. Visit www.luxresearchinc.com for more information.
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