Direct Capital Connection’s new Director of International Marketing Pistone, holds a Master of Business Administration and a degree in law and intercultural studies, has previously worked as Commercial Director at one of Asia’s premier drinks company, before that he has worked in Europe and The US in a variety of Marketing roles.
Direct Capital Connection’s Managing Director Mr. Damien Beasley said " Sergio Pistone is the perfect executive to lead Direct Capital Connection Marketing to the next important phase of our company development, I have known Sergio for many years, and he knows the marketing business very well, is intimately familiar with the financial industry and has proved his strength in developing the online business and last but not least: He knows Direct Capital Connection and its enormous potential."
Mr. Sergio Pistone will take over the position of Director International Marketing from Ms. Philipa Geary, 33, who decided to leave the company at the end of September after a total of eight years with Direct Capital Connection to return to Ireland and concentrate on the challenges of motherhood.
Direct Capital Connection’s Managing Director Mr. Damien Beasley continued “We thank Philipa for all her hard work in setting up Direct Capital Connection global marketing structure since 2004. On behalf of the colleagues in Japan, I wish her all the best for her personal and professional future, especially with the upcoming birth of her first child.”
About Direct Capital Connection: http://directcapitalconnection.com
Direct Capital Connection is both a stage and sector focused investor.
We invest in various sectors and market places, always looking carefully at the risk to reward of any move we make in the markets. Our portfolio of companies conducts critical services and activities for their customers across all the global markets.
We have proven market experience across many markets and sectors. Firstly, consumer discretionary markets and sectors capitalizing on emerging economies and high-end consumer strengths. In consumer staples, we have identified brand power as a strong fundamental and also growth in emerging markets. In the energy markets we have correctly identified companies with new drilling techniques to perform well, and we continue to take advantage of the demand for liquid natural gas.
Financial markets have also proven themselves to us, especially with the dominance of the Chinese banks, and financials are still profitable despite the “Age of Austerity”. We have capitalized upon personalized medicine in the healthcare market, and believe that it will continue to show growth in the future due to an aging global population.
In the industrial markets, we have exploited the competitive threat from China, and feel positive about strong growth in efficient energy sectors. As for the technology industry, we are doing exceptionally well with the rise of cloud computing and the concept of software as a service.
In the materials market, agricultural demand has served us well, and, especially during a global recession, we have capitalized on gold as a reserve currency.
Our knowledge of the telecommunications market is parallel to none, and we have successfully capitalized on wireless data and cellular towers. Last but not least, we are very familiar with the utilities markets, and have found them profitable despite stricter environmental regulations, helped by low-cost natural gas.
We invest in various sectors and market places, always looking carefully at the risk to reward of any move we make in the markets. Our portfolio of companies conduct critical services and activities for their customers across all the global markets.