Otter Products appoints four new key officers

Thursday March 24, 2016 0 comments Tags: Fort Collins, Otter Products, Jim Parke, Steve Nisbet, Bonnie Soon, Rob Kovacs

 

HONG KONG --  Otter Products, LLC,  a leader in protective cases for mobile technology, today announced four key appointments, including  Jim Parke   as CEO and  Steve Nisbet   as president, of the global company based in Fort Collins.OtterBox_logoUSE

In the APAC region, Bonnie Soon has been promoted to general manager for Otter Products APAC and Rob Kovacs is now VP of business development for Otter Products APAC. 

Nisbet joined Otter Products in 2010 and led the company's expansion into strategic APAC markets, now the fastest-growing region for the company outside North America. In his role as president, Nisbet will oversee daily operations as well as global growth.

Otter said Soon successfully expanded the business into more than a dozen countries during its first year of operation in 2011. As VP of Otter Products APAC operations, Soon developed the e-commerce channels throughout the region and most recently developed strategic relationships with key partners to drive the regional sales strategy in her role as the VP of Otter Products APAC business development.

Otter Products APAC has grown more than 100 percent year-over-year for three consecutive years in key markets and continues to see high potential growth opportunities in Asia.

With more than 10 years' experience in the technology industry, Kovacs will lead the business development team and all business partner activities across the APAC region in his new role. He was previously the business development executive for Australia and New Zealand.

"This is an exciting time for Otter Products as we aggressively grow our global and regional sales, building our strategic relationships with key partners," Nisbet said.

"With their extensive knowledge and experience in the market, Bonnie and Rob will continue to deliver strong leadership in the region to ensure the company is well-positioned for its next phase of growth."