Technology, Consultancy Providers Highlight New Hires

Numerous new hires have been made in the technology and consultancy sector of the supply chain.

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INFORM Announces New Senior Manager

INFROM, an AI and optimization software company, announced the appointment of Matthew Wittemeier to the newly created role of senior manager of international marketing and customer relations. Wittemeier commenced his new role effective October 19, 2020 having previously served as the marketing manager since 2016. Wittemeier is also a board member with YoungShip Rotterdam.

3D Hubs Appoints Former Unilever VP, Sarah Newbitt, To Board

European online manufacturing platform, 3D Hubs, announced Sarah Newbitt, former UK vice president of supply chain at Unilever, as the latest addition to the board. This new appointment follows the company’s sustained growth, having doubled year-over-year net revenue in spite of COVID-19.

Having spent a total of 25 years at consumer giant Unilever, leading manufacturing and supply chain in Global, European and UK roles Newbitt joins 3D Hubs as a non-executive board member. She will advise the company as it seeks to further transform and modernize companies’ manufacturing supply chains.

Deloitte Names New Consumer Industry Leader

Deloitte has appointed Anthony Waelter to lead its U.S. consumer industry practice, succeeding Seema Pajula, vice chairman, Deloitte LLP, who continues to serve as U.S. industries and insights leader. Waelter is a partner in the advisory practice of Deloitte & Touche LLP. In his new role, Waelter will lead the go-to-market strategy for the consumer industry group which consists of the transportation, hospitality and services sector; retail and distribution sector; consumer products sector; and automotive sector.

Company, Industry and Community Leader Retiring from Eriez

Charlie Ingram, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, will retire from Eriez at the end of 2020, according to president and CEO Lukas Guenthardt. Ingram joined Eriez in 1994 as National Sales Manager, rising to vice-president of sales & marketing in 2004. According to Guenthardt, Ingram was one of the architects of Eriez’ three-fold growth while he directed the sales organization in the Americas.