NewBold Corporation welcomes Raul Gomez as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
NewBold Corporation, an international provider of products and services enabling the implementation of identification and technology solutions, is pleased to welcome Raul Gomez as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for NewBold Technologies.
President and CEO Keith Howerin states, “We are extremely fortunate to have Raul join the NewBold Team! He brings a unique combination of sales acumen and operational knowledge. We expect Raul to make a significant, positive impact to our business in 2022 and beyond.”
In his new role, Raul will be responsible for creating organic growth through customer penetration and new business development. He will be representing NewBold and will be working to strengthen our brand throughout our key verticals and markets.
Raul began his diverse professional background as a management trainee for Cintas First Aid & Safety. He then moved on to become General Manager for Cintas’s First Aid & Safety, Fire Protection, and National Accounts Call Center departments before becoming Regional Director for Office Depot. Raul graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications/Business and a Professional Certificate in Business Strategy from the Johnson School of management.
Besides his professional career, Raul also played Minor League baseball for the Chicago White Sox in 2000 & 2001. He is a father of two wonderful daughters (Hailey – 14 and Alyssa – 11). When Raul is not in the office or spending time with his daughters, he can be seen fishing, staying fit, competing in obstacle races, and cycling.
NewBold Corporation, founded in 1994, is an international provider of products and services enabling the implementation of identification and infrastructure technology solutions. NewBold Technologies is a division of NewBold Corporation and is a Managed Service Provider specializing in infrastructure technology, mobility, and networking solutions that aid businesses in meeting rising consumer demands.