eSentire leadership and the Mayor of Waterloo celebrate at the company’s Community Open House June 17. From left to right: Chris Gesell, chief strategy and marketing officer, eSentire; Kerry Bailey, CEO, eSentire; James Yersh, chief administration officer, eSentire; Dave Jaworksy, Mayor, City of Waterloo; Eldon Sprickerhoff, Founder and chief innovation officer, eSentire. Photo submitted by eSentire.

Published: June 19th, 2019


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