Trend appoints new business unit director for Europe

Trend Control Systems, the international manufacturer and supplier of building energy management systems (BEMS), has announced a new appointment to its senior management team, in the form of Stefano D’Agostino.

A ‘well-known and respected industry figure’, Trend’s new Business Unit director for Europe will ‘drive revenue growth across the continent’. He joins from Schneider Electric, where he worked for 12 years, most recently as divisional director, successfully increasing business both through a direct model and via systems integrators. His experience spans ‘multiple vertical sectors, including data centres and healthcare’. 

Stefano D’Agostino holds an MSc in electronics engineering and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Naples, and an MBA from Manchester Business School. He will be based in Rolle in Switzerland, and report to Lionel Caillat, general manager, Honeywell Building Technologies/Connected Buildings, Europe. 

Welcoming him on board, Lionel Caillat said: “I’m delighted that Stefano has joined us at a very exciting time for the company. His meticulous approach, combined with a proven ability to forge excellent working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including senior management, customers, and partners, will help us meet our objective of being the leader in connected building technology.”

 

 

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