New hires add more than 110 years of direct industry related experience to the team
Canature added several new employees who will be responsible for leading business development in specific regions across North America. The new hires add more than 110 years of direct industry-related experience to the team. They will work closely with sales managers within their respective territories to maximize opportunities and support the companies continued growth.
Joining the team are:
- David Taft (senior vice president of business development, eastern U.S. region). Taft has a wealth of industry experience, most recently working as the national sales manager for WaterGroup. He will be responsible for his region, but will serve as a mentor supporting the other regional vice presidents. Taft will work from his home office in Troy, N.Y., and can be reached at 518.326.1502 or [email protected] .
- Jeff Hubbard (vice president of business development, central U.S. region). With 24 years industry experience, Hubbard started with Canature in February 2012 as the regional sales manager for Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. He will continue to be based out of his home office in Appleton, Wis., and can be reached at 612.232.7756 or [email protected] . He currently is a Wisconsin Water Quality Assn. board member.
- Marc Nolan (vice president of business development, western U.S. region). Nolan brings to the team nearly four decades of industry experience and is a Water Quality Assn. (WQA) Certified Water Specialist VI and Certified Sale Representative and is certified in the WQA Code of Ethics. He was recently elected as vice president of the Arizona Water Quality Assn. Nolan will work from his home office in Scottsdale, Ariz. He can be reached at 480.298.3458 or [email protected] .
- Shelley Peters (director of business development, Canature Canada). Peters has 26 years experience having held both sales and operations roles with Petwa Canada Ltd., WaterGroup and most recently as vice president of sales for Waterite Technologies Inc. Over the past eight years, she also has served as director, governor and vice president of the Canadian Water Quality Assn. Additionally, she has earned a diploma in business administration - management studies.