Open English Hires new Execs to its Senior Management Team

Open English, the online English language school, has added two senior executives to its management team. Bart Catalane joins the company as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) while Sam Peterson will serve as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

The decision to add these seasoned executives to the Open English management team comes at the dawn of what is expected to be another year of explosive growth. "The new additions to our management team will give Open English the bandwidth it needs to tackle new regions in 2014.

According to the company "These two recent hires confirm that Miami is on its way to becoming a global center of innovation, continuing to attract tech start-up companies and top executives from around the US." "Open English is proud to be headquartered in Miami and we are excited to take part in its role as an incubator of innovation," added Andres Moreno.


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