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Simulation expert Ian Johnston joins ETU as Account Executive

Ian Johnston, Account Executive at ETU

ETU welcomes Ian Johnston, a long-standing leader in the simulation learning industry, as our most recent account executive. In his new role, Ian will work with clients to optimize their learning strategies using immersive learning technology. His tenure establishing long-term partnerships with clients will serve him well in this new position.

Previously with The Regis Company, Ian served as Vice President of Business Development, working with organizations across a broad range of industries, including professional services, financial services, energy, retail and technology firms.

Ian has been a CEO twice in his career, once with a start-up in the US healthcare financial services sector and once with a global B2B media company. As such, Ian is able to bring the lens of a client to ETU and ensure that the simulation solutions we build for clients appropriately align with their critical business needs.

Ian holds an honors degree from Leeds University, England, and lived in Britain until 2001 when he relocated to California.

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 www.etu.co/careers.

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