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BTX appoints business development manager

BTX Technologies, a distributor and manufacturer of interface, integration, and system products, has appointed Jessica Tropea as fibre optic business development manager. She will be responsible for the growth of the company’s fibre business to existing and new customers, as well as expansion into new markets.     

Tropea is described as a seasoned fibre optics expert who has a deep understanding of the latest technologies, standards and trends. She has a wide industry and product knowledge, including system infrastructure, cable fabrication and product development. She comes to BTX from Fiber Instrument Sales, where she served as an account executive.

'I’m thrilled to be a part of the BTX team.' said Tropea. 'With the company’s overall dedication to fibre and the immeasurable opportunity for growth, BTX was the right team to join. I look forward to working and growing with this highly experienced group of A/V and Broadcast professionals.'

'Over the past seven years, Jessica has established herself as an industry expert in fibre,' said Eric Hausman, sales manager at BTX Technologies. 'In January BTX opened a state-of-the-art fibre lab, and the addition of Jessica is a natural fit for expanding our value-added capabilities and providing new value to our integration partners. Her abilities will play a key role in the company’s growth.'

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