EN Engineering hires Takash as chief sales officer

 
Posted8/28/2020 1:00 AM

Warrenville-based EN Engineering has hired David Takash as chief sales officer.

Takash will be seeking growth at EN Engineering through relationship development with existing and repeat clients, identifying new clients, and seeking to penetrate new markets in projected growth categories.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Takash brings a long record of success and expertise in the field, including his latest role as vice president of business development for Worley-Power, based in Atlanta, Georgia. There he led a team of directors and program managers to secure profitable solutions focusing on EPC, engineering, and project management needs across the U.S. power markets. His prior experience includes vice president, key account sales (Americas) for EthosEnergy, vice president of region sales for Babcock and Wilcox Nuclear Energy, vice president of sales & marketing for Gamesa Wind U.S., and various roles with General Electric, Siemens and Westinghouse over his career.

His sales training includes certification in Corporate Story Telling -- Marketing and Sales Training for WorleyParsons, the Gamesa -- IESE

Business School Advanced Management Program, GE / Georgia Tech Certificate Program on Energy Business Strategy, GE Management Development Course, and Conceptual & Strategic Selling. He is also a certified Six Sigma Quality Master Black Belt.

He will be based out of Atlanta, GA.

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