ETU news

Austin Kenny promoted to Chief Revenue Officer

Austin Kenny, CRO at ETU

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Austin Kenny to chief revenue officer. In this role, he oversees ETU’s global go-to-market organization, including both sales, business development and marketing.

Austin joined ETU in 2012 and most recently served as ETU's global head of sales. His team is focused on enabling upskilling and learning strategies for customers using ETU's powerful immersive simulation technology.

“Austin has been instrumental in ETU's success navigating disruptive market change while delivering tremendous insights and strength to our leadership team,” said Declan Dagger, ETU's CEO. “He is singularly focused on transforming the talent industry through immersive behavior-based simulations. His expanded responsibility will bring us one step closer to that vision.”

According to Austin, “With our dedicated team and industry-leading platform, ETU is well-positioned to expand into new areas and continue our growth trajectory. By continuing to build relationships with existing customers, while also engaging with new clients,  I am confident we will reach our goal of becoming the go-to resource for simulation learning.”

Please join us in congratulating Austin!

red-right-arrow go back to list red-right-arrow

Other resources you might like

Upskilling your team

4 strategies to upskill your hybrid team effectively

Upskilling hybrid teams will continue to be a major 2022 goal. Here are 4 strategies to ensure organizations can upskill their hybrid team effectively.

red-right-arrow red-right-arrow Learn More red-right-arrow
CEOWORLD Magazine - Michael Veale, ETU's CEO

What naturally follows the Great Resignation? A reskilling & upskilling revolution

ETU's Chief Executive Officer, Michael Veale, recently contributed an article to CEOWORLD magazine that focused on how organizations can utilize reskilling and upskilling for engagement, job satisfaction, and retention.

red-right-arrow red-right-arrow Read More red-right-arrow