Former Google Russia chief expertise officer Jennifer Trelewicz has joined blockchain platform Credit (CS) as its new chief enterprise officer (CBO).
In accordance with an official announcement printed on Oct. 11, Trelewicz’s first expertise working with blockchain was throughout her time because the CEO of Russian expertise startup S7 TechLab.
Previously, she additionally labored because the director of IBM’s techniques and expertise laboratory and the director of dangers and market knowledge at Deutsche Financial institution.
Centered on new partnerships
Potential collaboration with main firms akin to IBM is now among the many key development alternatives for Credit, Trelewicz added. Actually, she explicitly acknowledged that her foremost goal within the firm might be to develop new partnerships:
“I might be nurturing and creating our relationships with companions, purchasers, and advisors worldwide. As effectively, I put a excessive precedence on constructing our channel partnerships, together with with integrators. […] IBM is a superb accomplice for complicated options initiatives, they usually have a worldwide channel for enterprise purchasers.”
Beforehand, Credit introduced that it had joined the New Imaginative and prescient Expertise undertaking of Chinese language expertise large Lenovo in September 2018.
As Cointelegraph reported on Oct. 2, blockchain and cryptocurrency funding agency Multicoin Capital employed a former Google product supervisor as one among its new funding principals.
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