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Brandt new regional director at Snowflake

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Cloud data warehouse provider Snowflake has appointed Zac Brandt as regional director for Australia.

"We sought to complement our existing skill set here in Australia with a global executive with a successful track record of sales success and we believe Zac will be an excellent addition to the Australian team," said APJ vice-president Peter O'Connor.

"We're looking forward to the positive impact which Zac's skills and experience will have on furthering customer success and business momentum."

Brandt previously worked with Snowflake in the US as a sales director, building a multi-million dollar business in Southern California from scratch.

He previously worked for Medallia as sales director, for Hewlett Packard as an account executive, and in sales roles at Infoblox and EMC.

Brandt holds a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University.

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