Arduino bolsters US presence with new leadership and expanded operations

Open-source hardware developer Arduino announced new offices and leadership in the United States to support the company’s largest region of business.

Arduino is establishing new offices in Austin and Chicago, backed by a freshly-assembled sales, marketing, and operations team, says the company. The expansion effort is being led by Guneet Bedi, senior vice president and general manager of the Americas, overseeing the company’s strategy and operations in the region.

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