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Jeremy Grinbaum joins Box as regional vice president for France and southern Europe
PARIS, FRANCE – April 14, 2015 — /BackupReview.info/ — Box (NYSE: BOX) today announced it has brought on Jeremy Grinbaum, former global sales executive of cloud services at Microsoft, to lead the company’s efforts in France and southern Europe. Grinbaum will drive Box’s strategy as the company continues to expand in Europe.
Box first opened a local office in Paris in 2013, and with Grinbaum coming on board, Box will increase its efforts to help businesses in this region transition to the cloud. Grinbaum, based in Paris, will grow the local sales teams while establishing new ways to help businesses move to a more mobile and collaborative way of working.
“We are seeing significant traction in France and southern Europe as businesses in these regions begin to adopt cloud systems to drive efficiency and collaboration,” said David Quantrell, SVP and GM of EMEA at Box. “We are excited to accelerate our growth in southern Europe, and Jeremy’s leadership and expertise are exactly what we need to drive the adoption of Box’s content and collaboration platform.”
“France and southern Europe are moving quickly in the adoption of new technologies. Enterprises are looking for solutions that will allow them to move off of expensive, legacy architecture and create more agile and iterative environments for employees,” said Jeremy Grinbaum, regional vice president for France and southern Europe. “I am excited to join this innovative company and play a role in helping organizations transform the way they work.”
Before joining Box, Grinbaum spent three years at Microsoft on the Office 365 team. He was a founding member of PersonAll, a social enterprise startup. Before that, Grinbaum helped coordinate the launch of Google Apps for Business in the Enterprise team. He also brings experience from IBM Tivoli where he began his career in sales.
Grinbaum graduated from INSEEC Business School in Paris where he studied International Trade and Finance.
Box makes it easy for more than 34 million individuals at 45,000 organizations around the world to share, access and collaborate on files securely. The company has seen sustained growth in France and southern Europe with deployments at French and international enterprises including: Schneider Electric, General Electric, Lago Paris, Anglo American and Royal HaskoningDHV.
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