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ETU’s Business Development team welcomes John Aymar

John Aymar, VP of Business Development at ETU

As ETU’s sales and marketing function continues to grow, we welcome John Aymar as our newest addition to the team. A prominent consultant in the simulation and learning field, John’s decades of experience in business development have focused on immersive learning for the last 12+years. During the last twelve years at BTS, John served as Director, New Business Development, where he was responsible for creating and expanding strategic relationships with Fortune 500 companies across a variety of industries.

John is known as a results driven, innovative executive with a passion for helping companies drive growth through the power of their people. Of particular value is his knowledge of immersive simulation learning and how it can transform a learning strategy.

John shared his vision for the future in his new role, saying, I'm a firm believer in the powerful results I’ve seen companies have with immersive simulation over the years. This is a terrific opportunity to introduce ETU’s cutting-edge and scalable solutions to new accounts.

John’s new role as Vice President of Business Development is a critical one as we continue to drive growth for ETU through our sales and marketing efforts. His expertise in immersive and simulated learning will be a combination with high impact as we move ahead, said East Apthorp, Chief Marketing Officer for ETU.

ETU plans to continue with several additional new hires in order to position the company to meet the growing demand for simulation technology worldwide. View additional open roles at

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