Compugen CSMO featured in BC Business magazine
Posted November 15, 2012 in Announcements
TORONTO, Ontario, 15 November 2012 Harry Zarek, President and CEO of Compugen Inc. today announced the appointment of Brian MacIntosh to the role of Vice-President of Sales.
At Compugen, Mr. MacIntosh will lead sales for the Central and Western regions and will be a key member of the executive team.
He comes to Compugen with varied sales and management experience in enterprise and midmarket organizations, and considerable entrepreneurial experience. Since 2003, he has been President and CEO of Sunnylea Capital Inc., a Calgary-based management consulting firm, and most recently led the strategic business development for a US-based manufacturing company. In 2006, he took an executive position with Telus, where he was responsible for leading sales and marketing for a strategic portfolio of collaboration solutions and managed IT services. He was also responsible for Syscom Consulting, a managed services subsidiary of Telus.
After a sales leadership role at IBM, in 1994 he co-founded Contour Telecom Management and served as its President and CEO until it was acquired by AT&T in 2002. He and his wife are also founding investors in the award-winning Noble Ridge Vineyard and Winery, in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia.
He has taught management at the University of Calgary and graduated from the Richard Ivy School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.
Compugen has announced the success of several of its community outreach initiatives as it reaffirms its commitment to corporate citizenship through ongoing charitable work. Historically, the national IT solutions provider has encouraged individual branches across Canada to support their local foundation of choice through donations and employee volunteerism. Every year, different Compugen offices organize fundraising events such as silent auctions and raffles with staff and partners to benefit their chosen cause. Read More …
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