'Harper and Two' to Represent Novelda in Southwest US and Promote its XeThru Sensor Technology

OSLO, Norway -- Novelda, a developer and manufacturer of adaptive smart sensors, today announced the appointment of Harper and Two as its Southwest US sales representative. With its main office now in Signal Hill, near Long Beach, California, Harper and Two is ideally located to help Novelda secure business opportunities for its breakthrough XeThru sensor technology in a territory that spans southern California, Arizona, New Mexico and Clark County in Nevada.

"Signing Harper and Two as our first manufacturing sales representative is a significant step forward in expanding Novelda's sales presence," said Novelda VP of Sales and Marketing, Ingar Fredriksen, continuing, "Now that we've launched our XeThru sensor modules it's vital we have feet on the ground to discover and secure design wins for these products in the key application areas of home automation, security and health and wellness. These are markets that Harper and Two understand and can provide support for."

Harper and Two CEO, Dan Kilstofte, said, "Harper and Two is a very technical sales representative covering the Southwest US and focused on design in technologies. We have focused in on the developing IoT market and believe that Novelda will augment that strategy as a leader in their field and help us grow our business. We look forward to a long successful relationship."

Novelda will be signing further representatives for other sales territories. If you would like to represent Novelda please contact: [email protected]

For further information and reader enquiries, contact:
Ingar Fredriksen
Novelda AS
Oslo, Norway
Tel: +47-22-49-41-19
ingar.fredr[email protected]

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