Today, Wavteq announced that Guillermo Mazier has joined the company as the President of the Americas.
Prior to accepting a position with Wavteq, Guillermo served as the vice president of global innovation at Conway Data Inc leading the PR and Marketing business division of the company to new heights.
With a long history in the economic development industry, specializing in innovation, location marketing and technology enabled solutions for the community leaders, Guillermo will lead Wavteq’s growth in the Americas.
“We have seen Guillermo’s impressive impact in the industry for the better half of a decade. He has an excellent reputation and perhaps most importantly, he shares our values, said Henry Loewendahl, CEO of Wavteq.
“Guillermo will help introduce new integrated solutions, strategies and software to assist our clients in attracting investment to their communities.”
“Joining Wavteq during an exciting growth stage in the company’s history is a tremendous opportunity. Wavteq has the right knowledge, talent and resource base to innovate, and I’ll work tirelessly with my talented colleagues to generate new, more effective approaches to solve client challenges.” said Guillermo Mazier, President Americas, Wavteq.
“The global market, no matter which industry you’re in, is moving at a rapid pace. New products, new companies and new economic realities are shifting how business is being done and the role of the economic development professional. I’m eager to take my unique skill set and work closely with the Wavteq team to develop a comprehensive set of solutions and services that our international roster of economic development clients need.”
Based in Phoenix, Guillermo will liaise closely with Wavteq's global teams based in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Asia to deliver cutting-edge solutions to customers in every corner of the globe.
Previously, Guillermo has served as a contributor to Forbes Magazine and as a consultant with the U.S. Travel Association, the University of Waterloo, the U.S. Department of Commerce, Inter-American Development Bank, and the International Economic Development Council, teaching over 15,000+ economic development and tourism professionals, civic leaders, and community boards.
Guillermo earned his MBA in International Business from Regis University.