Worldwide interactive attractions specialist Triotech has appointed Eric Beauregard to the position of vice-president of global sales.
He joins the Montreal-based company with a strong track record of delivering growth for a variety of organisations, including several world class companies. Beauregard, who has also held a number of general management responsibilities, has worked in Europe, Asia-Pacific, as well as the Americas. He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Sherbrooke University.
“Eric will lead our sales organisation globally and help further develop Triotech’s leadership position in the attractions industry,” says the firm’s founder, president and CEO, Ernest Yale. “He has a wealth of experience driving growth on a global scale”.
“The energy and world-class technology that Triotech generates is what drove me to join the team,” adds Beauregard.
Triotech has made a number of key appointments in the past six months. Internally, it promoted Sylvain Larose to the role of COO and appointed Harley Bostock as managing director for Asia Pacific. In November, the firm also announced the arrival of Karen Staley as regional vice-president of sales for the USA.
With 350+ installations in over 60 countries, the Canadian company has entertained more than 110 million people worldwide over the past decade. Its products include the XD Dark Ride interactive theatre, interactive dark rides including Legoland’s Ninjago The Ride, flying theatres, VR attractions, interactive walk-throughs and dark coaster projects such at Wonder Mountain’s Guardian at Canada’s Wonderland.