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Inilex announces promotions, hires

Inilex, the leading provider of telemetry solutions for vehicles, announced the promotion of three key executives and one new-hire to support the company’s growth goals and product innovation. 

  • Brad Walls has been named the company’s new vice president of sales. In this expanded role, Walls is responsible for continuing to grow sales across all of the company‘s vertical platforms, as well as building and optimizing sales team synergies. Walls has a demonstrated track record in new business innovation, service, product management and long-term strategic planning. He was previously Inilex’s vice president of corporate & business development. 
  • Emily Morris has been promoted to vice president of business development, responsible for creating new business opportunities for Inilex and working with its agent partners. She counts over 15 years of industry experience driving revenue and profit increases, building strategic partnerships and capitalizing on emerging technologies. She was most recently Inilex’s director of business development. 
  • Chad Williams is moving into the role of lead device engineer, and will be taking over primary responsibility for device engineering, including development, testing and quality assurance. Williams is instrumental in interacting with Inilex’s customers, suppliers and staff members, and has several years of experience in strategic device engineering and management.     
  • Kenny Dennis has joined Inilex as its automation engineer – quality assurance lead. In this position, Dennis will lead the company’s professional testing efforts and monitor the engineering processes and methods to ensure quality. Dennis joins Inilex from Microsoft, where he amassed many years of experience in large-scale quality testing.

Phoenix eyes Mexico City Trade Office

The Phoenix City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to move forward with plans to partner with the Arizona Commerce Authority to open an Arizona Trade Office in Mexico City.

“Phoenix is taking the right steps to become a global city, and we’re ready to open our first trade office in Mexico City,” said Mayor Greg Stanton. “This partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority demonstrates that we’re all committed to increasing exports, and that we know we can be more effective if we work together.”

The City, ACA and other regional partners plan to collaborate in the same office space in Mexico City. The partnership will better leverage the City’s investment and lower overall costs.

The City Council also voted to authorize the firm Molera Alvarez to represent and advance the City of Phoenix’s efforts with Mexico, specifically in the areas of trade, promotion, foreign direct investment and tourism.

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Michael Young Promoted to CEO at Wood/Patel

Wood/Patel announced that Michael Young P.E., is promoted to chief executive officer. Young served as senior vice president for the Land Development Division for the past 16 years.

“Mike is a proven leader and a great resource to clients,” expressed Darrel Wood, P.E., Founder of Wood/Patel. “He has led award-winning projects and created client relationships throughout his career. As the Arizona economy begins to recover we look forward to his leadership in advancing client goals.”

Young lends over 20 years of engineering expertise to a wide range of clientele in both the public and private sectors. His experience spans a broad area of responsibilities, including large-scale land development of master planned communities, site development projects and infrastructure projects involving transportation, drainage, water and wastewater.

These projects involve many client sectors such as single and multi-family residential; higher education and healthcare campuses; industrial, office and municipal complexes; retail and shopping center developments; public works and renewable energy.

In his new role, Young is responsible for the daily operations of the firm.


Promotion Secrets

Getting a promotion is a cornerstone in anyone’s career that symbolizes career development, and usually a fatter paycheck. However, promotions have a long-time reputation of mystery in timing and explanation. How do managers and executives really decide who gets the corner office, and who gets left behind?

Have you ever suspected favoritism to play a role in a promotion?

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