Welcome to Fernando Terceiro – Business Development Manager
Secure Power welcomes a new member to the team, Fernando Terceiro, our new Business Development Manager. Fernando has extensive knowledge and experience of electronic markets, especially in the AV, film and telecoms industries. Fernando started his career having completed an A-level education, joining an apprenticeship scheme in Audio & Video Electronic Engineering. After an early 12-year career in electronics, Fernando progressed into a sales role in the telecoms industry. Moreover, Fernando has extensive experience in capital equipment and component sales in the fibre optic market and is a current member of the Data Centre Alliance.
With a certification in Data Centre Essentials foundation course, and currently completing an MBA in Business Administration, Fernando is the ideal Business Development Manager for Secure Power. Fernando will focus on targeting UPS opportunities within all sectors-promoting, marketing, and expanding Secure Power’s market share in the Southern region of the UK. Fernando aims to do that by utilising his business development skills, customer base, market knowledge; as well as by proactively opening new accounts and developing relationships with current account holders, all helping to expand the business.
In his free time, Fernando likes off-road cycling, appreciating beautiful countryside and doing gardening when the weather permits. Fernando also tends to spend free time walking his beagle, catching up on a good novel, and immersing himself in the fantasy world of films or TV series.
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