Former FiberLight, Inc. President of Sales and Marketing, Ben Edmond, recently joined Global Capacity’s executive team as its new Chief Revenue Officer. In this capacity, Mr. Edmond is responsible for managing the organization’s revenue generation, including all aspects of developing previously untapped business opportunities, sales and marketing.

“We are extremely pleased that Ben has agreed to join the Global Capacity executive team,” comments Jack Lodge, President of Global Capacity.  “Ben’s strong leadership and successful track record in customer relationships and profitable revenue growth will be a welcome addition to Global Capacity as it enters its next phase of growth.”

Mr. Edmond also expressed his excitement in joining Global Capacity by stating:  “Global Capacity has become a market leader by providing innovative access network solutions to extend our customers reach, economics and network performance. I look forward to continuing to broaden our customer base and enable customers to leverage One Marketplace automation and connectivity to build private networks that enable them to extend their reach in this historically fragmented market.”

Although his role at Global Capacity may be a new professional experience, Mr. Edmond is no stranger to supporting the consistent growth of enterprise-level organizations. Drawing on 15+ years of proven sales, marketing and leadership experience in the telecom industry, he holds quite the impressive professional résumé.

In his role at FiberLight, one of the fastest growing optical transport services and infrastructure providers in the US, he was responsible for successfully and strategically steering a national carrier and enterprise sales team located across 15 major metro markets. Prior to joining FiberLight in 2008, Mr. Edmond served as the owner and President of Telecom Inventory. From 1999 to 2007, he held the roles of VP of Marketing for Time Warner Telecom and VP of Marketing for Xspedius Communications.

Mr. Edmond also possesses a Master of Science in International Business from St. Louis University as well as a BSBA in International Business & Finance from Northeastern University.

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