Bill Allder was recently appointed as the new business development head and sales manager of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). His role will be to increase the worldwide footprint of the EEA and promote the growth of their global membership. His position in the company will be effective immediately.
Allder Will Help EEA Expand Further
Bill Allder has over ten years of experience and industry knowledge that he could use to bring better business development strategies and sales strategies to the EEA. His track record for developing sales for global alliances is exemplary. His presence will be helpful in expanding the membership of the EEA worldwide and solving challenges.
His expertise includes sales strategy, membership to marketing, events and association management. Before joining the EEA, he was working as a director for the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) where he helped in increasing growth in existing markets and worked towards creating stronger member relationships. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Tech, before becoming a Certified Association Executive (CAE).
EEA Is Happy to Have Bill
EEA’s executive director Ron Resnick said that the team is pleased to welcome Bill Alder to the Alliance. He noted:
“Bill’s appointment is in response to the growing demand worldwide for the EEA to intensify and expand its work in enterprise blockchain. His leadership will be instrumental in the EEA’s growth efforts, orchestrating the activities of its nearly 20 industry-based user groups and furthering the collaboration of members from every region of the world.”
Allder also commented on his new role in the EEA saying that he is looking forward to enabling more industries and companies to take advantage of the Alliance’s practices and standards. He said that he would focus on working with the “exceptionally talented EEA team” to build on the momentum and capitalize on the opportunities in this space. He said:
“I’m looking forward to engaging with members and non-member companies to better understand their needs and help them leverage EEA’s standards-based approach.”
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is the largest open-source blockchain initiative in the world which connects large enterprises, startups, and academics on a common platform. Prominent members include Accenture, Santander, Bancor, Cisco, CME Group, HCL, and others.