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LocknCharge Announces New Hires to Expand U.S. Business

At the annual ISTE conference, LocknCharge announced two new executives who will help expand the business in the United States.
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At the annual ISTE conference, LocknCharge announced two new executives who will help expand the business in the United States. A new president and a head of global operations were hired to lead LocknCharge’s growth since entering the U.S. school market three years ago. Steve Ledbetter joined the company as president, North America, and Tim Buhl as head of global operations. Both are relocating to the LocknCharge U.S. business headquarters in Madison, WI. The company is known for carts that store and charge a school’s mobile devices. Educators are invited to visit LocknCharge at ISTE in booth #3314, where LocknCharge is exhibiting several new products, including the new Carrier 30 Cart™ that was announced today at the show.


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