Portland, OR, July 12, 2022 – Xencelabs Technologies Ltd., today announced that Georgia Powers will join the company as a Senior Enterprise Sales Manager, effective July 18, 2022. With over 25 years of practical enterprise selling experience, with an emphasis in computer aided design and digital design tools, Powers is uniquely qualified for her new role to promote the company’s line of digital drawing products and accessories to artists and designers at enterprise-level organizations.
Powers comes to Xencelabs from Aim Deliver Produce, Inc., which she founded and served as President since 2007. In that role, she was responsible for comprehensive business development for Wacom Technology’s Enterprise Sales Team in the US and Canada. Prior, she served as Wacom’s Manufacturer’s Representative responsible for driving all aspects of enterprise sales in California.
“Joining Xencelabs is a great opportunity to promote professional artistic tools and technologies by managing and supporting important client accounts and identifying prospective customers, taking them all the way through the sales process of introduction of their product solutions to identifying workflow, supporting technical needs and to closing sales,” said Powers. “I’ll also have the opportunity to work with the many others that have come to Xencelabs from Wacom.”
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In her new role at Xencelabs, Powers will be the lead in supervising the company’s current Enterprise Sales Managers and focusing on the Enterprise engagement on the West coast of the US & Canada.
“Bringing Georgia on-board is a great coup for Xencelabs,” said Hannah Imperial Cannon, Director of Business Development, Xencelabs. “Her experience in enterprise sales will help to continue our growth and increase market share within the enterprise segment.”
In addition to holding an A.A. degree in fashion merchandising from the Colorado Institute of Art, Powers has studied Psychology at the University of Colorado and Marketing Management Professional Development at Portland State University.