Signagelive appoints Nick Curulli to Antipodean BDM role

Signagelive has appointed Curulli, who formerly worked as a reseller for the digital signage platform, as business development manager for Australia and New Zealand within the APAC team.

Signagelive has appointed Nick Curulli as business development manager for Australia and New Zealand within the APAC team.

The appointment is intended to demonstrate Signagelive’s commitment to future growth in Australia and New Zealand markets and strengthens its position within the digital signage industry.

Curulli has been in the digital signage industry for eight years and formerly worked for a Signagelive reseller before joining the Signagelive team to manage existing partner relationships and develop business in Australia and New Zealand.

Curulli said: “Not too long ago I was an underutilised resource within a larger digital signage company. All too often end users received either a product or service which wasn’t quite fit for purpose. It was then that I (along with other like minded individuals), established a niche business, offering uncomplicated solutions based on the Signagelive platform. I was delighted when I was offered the BDM position (APAC). My previous experience as a Signagelive reseller gives me confidence in knowing what is required by end users, and other reseller partners alike. I look forward to the challenge of growing the existing partner network, and promoting Signagelive to a greater market.”

Jason Cremins, founder and CEO, said: “I have known Nick for several years as a value added reseller for Signagelive and when the opportunity came for us to expand our business locally in Australia and New Zealand, Nick was was at the top of our list of candidates. Nick’s knowledge of the local digital signage industry and personal experiences of selling and using the Signagelive platform provide a great foundation for us to build on our current success in a key target market, as we grow our company globally.”

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