Neil Jackson Joins Caburn Telecom as Sales Director

Global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity provider Caburn Telecom has added Neil Jackson to its expanding International team.

In his role as Sales Director, Neil will be responsible for driving the company’s Sales growth in the IoT marketplace, across all market sectors, including Fintech, Automotive, Asset Monitoring, vending and telematics.

According to Research and Markets the impact worldwide on IoT markets of COVID-19 crisis and the looming economic recession, will see the IoT Global market grow by a projected US$876.5 Billion, during the revised analysis up to 2027, driven by a revised compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31.4%.

The IoT market forecast continues to grow significantly and needs a clarity of focus and an understanding of the changing landscape for IoT. Neil brings over 30 years’ experience in fixed and mobile telecommunications including roles at Marconi, Nortel and CellVision. Most recently, he worked as European Sales Director for Metricell.

Paul Bandell, CEO at Caburn Telecom, said: ‘‘Neil is a highly successful Sales professional and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience across both fixed and mobile networks. The challenging times with the COVID-19 pandemic aside, this remains an exciting time for Caburn Telecom as we continue to expand into international markets and I’m delighted to welcome Neil who is a valuable addition to the Caburn Telecom team.’’

Neil said: “I am really excited to have joined one of the leading companies in such a rapidly expanding market sector. The current COVID-19 pandemic has merely underscored the value of a connected world and I am looking forward to working with the team to expand our business throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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