Embodee Corp. Adds Veteran Technology Sales and Marketing Executive

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Yoram Burg joins the company at a time when consumer trends are driving the apparel and footwear industry’s adoption of 3D-software solutions

Yoram Burg

“With great past execution of complex online configurators, Embodee is strategically positioned to play a dominant role in bringing realism and an excellent online shopping experience to consumers online."

Embodee Corp., seeking to accelerate growth as the global leader in creating 3D virtual product experiences for the apparel and footwear industries, today announced the hiring of a veteran technology sales and marketing executive.

Yoram Burg, brings over 25 years of experience in multiple aspects of running large organizations. Sixteen years of his experience were in prominent roles with EFI Optitex, which provides end-to-end design software, including 3D prototyping and 2D CAD/CAM pattern design for fashion, apparel, automotive, and upholstery products.

“I’ve known Yoram and his work for over 10 years, and his arrival coincides with increasing demand for our solutions,” said Embodee founder and CEO André Wolper.

Burg added, “I am very excited to have joined Embodee at a time when changing consumer patterns are driving the market’s growing use of 3D-software solutions, and ecommerce is increasingly seen as a desired target for that content.

“With great past execution of complex online configurators, Embodee is strategically positioned to play a dominant role in bringing realism and an excellent online shopping experience to consumers.”

Burg’s roles have included building and managing large international and multicultural sales and marketing teams and closing large-scale deals with senior-level corporate management. He served as a board member for Optitex, as well as SPESA for more than three years.

Based in the greater New York City area, he had lived and worked abroad for many years.

About Embodee
Embodee Corp. was founded in 2008 to develop methods for helping the apparel industry use 3D visualizations in merchandising and selling products online. The company now delivers virtual product experiences, enabling businesses to give their customers an immersive visual interaction with their products, enriching the online shopping experience.

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