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Paul Maloney named as SPEE3D’s new Chief Sales Officer

Previously, Vice President of Global Sales at Desktop Metal

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Paul Maloney has been named as SPEE3D’s new Chief Sales Officer. Maloney will be based out of the company’s Boston headquarters and will be responsible for leading the global sales team to execute the company’s growth strategy worldwide.

Paul Maloney

Maloney has more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing, engineering and technology industries. He joins SPEE3D from Desktop Metal, where he was, previously, Vice President of Global Sales. Prior to that, Maloney held leadership roles at Stratasys, Solidscape, and Solidworks – where he was responsible for scaling sales organizations, processes, and revenue, while driving strong customer experiences.

“SPEE3D’s unique cold spray metal 3D printing technology is changing the way manufacturers think about production, addressing major supply chain issues and creating critical parts in just minutes,” said Maloney. “I’m thrilled to be joining the company during such an exciting time in the company’s growth and look forward to helping our customers unlock the full potential of this award-winning technology.”

“Paul is a proven sales leader with a deep understanding of the additive manufacturing industry and decades of success,” said Byron Kennedy, CEO of SPEE3D. “We are confident that under Paul’s leadership, our sales team will be well-positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for our metal 3D printing technology.”

This news comes after it was reported that Desktop Metal was to lay off 160 members of staff, approximately 12% of the company’s workforce, to control costs after a string of acquisitions last year.

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