AtNetPlus Names Steve Gomberg as New Sales Associate

AtNetPlus Names Steve Gomberg as New Sales Associate

Steve Gomberg brings 33 years of sales experience and 7 years of industry experience to the AtNetPlus sales team.

Leading technology firm, AtNetPlus today announced that Steve Gomberg has joined their sales staff. Gomberg will work out of the corporate office in Stow. His extensive experience is expected to enhance marketing and sales as the company continues to grow.

Partner, Jim Laber noted, “Steve brings not only innovative ideas but also complementary skills to our existing sales department. With his experience in a variety of industries, Steve can relate to the non-technical needs of potential clients. However, as a former Information Technology Manager, he also has a strong technical foundation,” said Laber.

“We are excited to have someone with Steve’s knowledge and enthusiasm on board. We are already seeing results from our recent sales and marketing efforts. With the addition of Steve, we are on track to exceed our goals for the year,” concluded Laber.

Gomberg comes to AtNetPlus from a position as National Sales Manager for a West Coast sporting goods manufacturer. Prior to that post, he was the Information Technology Manager and Inside Sales Manager for a large outdoor recreation sales and marketing firm. Through the decades of the 1970’s and 1980’s Gomberg owned, operated and managed his own sales and marketing firm in the building materials industry. His varied background provides a unique perspective for assisting clients.

With the addition of Gomberg to the AtNetPlus sales team, the company continues the planned expansion of the businesses and industries served by the firm.

2016-10-28T19:19:41+00:00 September 2nd, 2008|

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