Ron Braunfeld appointed new Xpoint CRO

July 8, 2024
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He moves on from his role as VP of Business Development at Mobi.

Geolocation and compliance technology organization, Xpoint, has appointed a new Chief Revenue Officer in Ron Braunfeld – who is set to move on from his Vice President (VP) role at Mobi.  

The company is currently undergoing a period of change as it seeks to improve its brand recognition and market positioning. Braunfeld’s new role as CRO will see him oversee all revenue generation initiatives, pursuing new business opportunities and nurturing client relationships.  

Braunfeld brings over 12 years of location technology sector experience to the company, including leading business development efforts for PayPal Media Network, acting as General Manager for Philidelphia at Capsule and most recently as VP of Business Development at Mobi. Now, he will be stepping into a different kind of challenge as part of his first C-level role.  

Commenting on his appointment, Braunfeld said, "The iGaming and geolocation industries are developing rapidly, so to join an innovative technology-focused company like Xpoint at this time is incredibly exciting. I am looking forward to helping the company continue its strong growth trajectory through the delivery of the most accurate, reliable and cost-effective geolocation services available in the market.” 

This sentiment was echoed by Manu Gambhir, CEO of Xpoint, who said, “We are delighted to welcome Ron to our executive team as Chief Revenue Officer. His extensive experience and impressive achievements in business development and sales within the technology and venture capital industries will be invaluable as we expand our offering and strengthen our market position.”

In January this year, Xpoint secured licenses to operate in the District of Columbia and 12 new states – including key markets such as New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan.  


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