Gary Morrison joins Turning Technologies as General Manager EMEA
Turning Technologies, global leader in voting, polling and assessment systems for mobile devices, laptops and desktops used by schools, universities and corporates across the world, has appointed Gary Morrison as General Manager EMEA.
In his new role Mr Morrison will be responsible for managing Turning Technologies’ European offices, channel partners and the further development of its European, Middle Eastern and African markets. A top priority will be to provide first class sales and marketing support to channel partners in order to cultivate business. With a brief to grow the reseller portion of his sales team, Morrison welcomes approaches from interested parties.
“As the worldwide leader in response technology, I am excited to become a part of the Turning Technologies’ team”, said Morrison. “I see a huge opportunity for Turning to integrate its products directly into EMEA markets, and am eager to manage the company at this juncture.”
With 12 years experience in educational technology, Morrison joins Turning Technologies after previously serving as the Sales and Marketing Vice President of Qwizdom UK.
“As Turning continues to expand its international presence, we are thrilled to have Gary lead our European, Middle Eastern and African markets”, said Mike Broderick, Turning Technologies’ CEO. “His extensive experience in the field, history of success and vision for the future will guide our efforts to distribute educational technology internationally. Gary’s knowledge of the marketplace will allow us to enhance learning and meeting environments around the globe.”
For more information about Turning Technologies’ international sales, please visit intl.turningtechnologies.com.
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About Turning Technologies:
Turning Technologies provides response systems to organizations to create engaging, interactive environments that support learning initiatives. Response systems allow speakers to ask questions during presentations with polling software and receive instant participant feedback with handheld response devices. Founded in 2002, the company began with three goals in mind: to make response technology more affordable, easier to use, and better documented so that users could easily grasp its benefits. Today, more than four million ResponseCard keypads have been delivered to K-12 schools, universities and businesses worldwide. Based in Youngstown, OH, information on Turning Technologies’ response solutions can be found at www.TurningTechnologies.com.