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Enve promotes Jeremy Venz to managing director

Published April 16, 2018
The Amer Sports brand also announces new positions for Pantone, Nielson, and Points.

OGDEN, Utah (BRAIN) — ENVE has announced that Jeremy Venz will move into the position of managing director. He has served as the company's COO since July 2017.

In his new role, Venz will oversee all day-to-day business operations. The company has also announced promotions for Jake Pantone, Scott Nielson and Ronnie Points.

Sarah Lehman, ENVE's president, will focus on long-term strategy and company culture.

"ENVE's goal is to be the most reliable partner to the industry and continue to deliver consumer-driven, innovative products and services, which is only possible with an exceptionally capable and talented leadership team," said Lehman. "Jeremy, Jake, Scott and Ronnie's years of operational experience, commitment to innovation, and track record of delivering best-in-class products and customer experiences, make us ideally situated to deliver on this promise."

Before his time as COO, Venz was CFO and a founding member of the company. Before joining ENVE he worked for an international company as well as one included in the S & P 500 index. He holds a Master's Degree in Accounting and is an avid cyclist.

Other changes for the company, which is owned by Amer Sports: 

  • Jake Pantone has been promoted from marketing director to vice president of product and consumer experience. He is responsible for product planning, strategy, marketing and consumer touch points. Pantone joined the company in 2007 and has been involved with product development, consumer service, and marketing.
  • ENVE's vice president of research & development and engineering, Scott Nielson, will assume oversight of quality. Since 2012, Nielson has lead the team responsible for designing and developing ENVE's product line.
  • Ronnie Points, the director of sales for North America, has been named ENVE's U.S. regional commercial director, overseeing industry, dealer and customer sales and service. 

The company said, "In 2017 ENVE celebrated its 10th Anniversary and moved into a state of the art facility that allowed expanded production capabilities, testing, engineering, and prototyping all under one roof. Under Venz's watch as Chief Operating Officer, ENVE has seen significant improvement in lead times and deliveries. Looking to the future, he will be instrumental in maintaining the company's status as a market-leader in wheel and component technology, growing key industry relations, expanding brand reach in new markets, and continuing to be a major employer in the state of Utah."

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