Systems maker Whale names business development executive

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Conor Davie

Conor Davie

Whale hired Conor Davie as its business development executive and said he will focus on supporting the marine market in the United Kingdom.

The company supplies marine markets around the world with freshwater, bilge and waste pump systems.

“We are excited that Conor has joined our team at Whale,” Rodney Saunderson, Whale’s commercial director, said in a statement. “He will further strengthen our customer support team in line with our strategic drive to constantly provide leading product and excellent customer service. By working in collaboration with our marine distributor network, retail and boatbuilding customers, Conor will support business development and continued sales growth in key territories. Conor’s appointment really enhances our ability to promote our new products and deliver great service to customers.”

Davie previously worked at the Allegis Group and FARO Technologies, in addition to an earlier role with Whale. He has a degree in business management from the University of East Anglia.

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