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Ingenity Electric — Correct Craft’s e-propulsion outfit — appoints Todd Sims as its director of sales for the Americas.
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Todd Sims (left) with Watershed Innovation president Sean Marrero and the all-electric Super Air Nautique GS22E.

Todd Sims (left) with Watershed Innovation president Sean Marrero and the all-electric Super Air Nautique GS22E.

Todd Sims has been named director of sales for the Americas of Ingenity Electric, the company said in a statement.

With more than 15 years of experience in the marine industry, Sims brings a wealth of knowledge in e-powered boats to the position. After founding EPowerMarine, a dealership that sold and serviced electric boats, he served seven years with Torqeedo as global project manager and director of project sales.

“As part of Watershed Innovation, Ingenity is committed to a sustainable future that happens by us and not to us. Adding Todd is the next step in accomplishing that,” said Watershed Innovation president Sean Marrero. “His experience will be a great asset to our team and, more importantly, to our growing list of customers.”

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Earlier this year, Correct Craft announced expansion plans that included dedicating more space for Watershed Innovation in an effort to bolster the development of disruptive technology such as e-power.

“I am honored to be a part of the Ingenity team,” said Sims. “Over the last few years, we have seen both tremendous public interest and adoption of electric propulsion systems for a variety of applications, and Ingenity is very well positioned to leverage these new customer segments.”

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