Templafy, the document generation platform, has appointed former Buzzfeed and LinkedIn executive David Nemes (pictured) as its regional director, Asia-Pacific (APAC).
Nemes joins Templafy with the remit to lead the company’s operations in the region, helping to grow its footprint as it continues its mission to help professionals create better performing documents faster through connected content.
As the latest document generation platform, Templafy is embedded into company-wide workflows, going beyond simple document creation and management to serve teams exactly what they need, when and where they need it within the applications they already work in. It also allows organisations to effortlessly govern content and track performance.
To continue growing Templafy across the APAC region, Nemes will lean on his more than 15 years of experience leading teams in media, SaaS and tech organisations including as VP of APAC for online publication BuzzFeed. Throughout his career, he has worked across business development, content creation, product development and created go-to-market strategies to drive growth in new markets.
He was also among one of LinkedIn’s first employees in the APAC region, helping to grow the career
networking platform in Australia, Singapore and Southeast Asia. Most recently, he has been utilising his
experience and skills to consult for some of the region’s fastest growing tech start-ups.
Templafy CEO Jesper Theill Eriksen said, “We are thrilled to welcome David to our team here at Templafy. He brings together the perfect blend of regional knowledge and leadership experience across media and tech that will enable Templafy to expand its footprint in APAC successfully.”
“As content creation points multiply and employees continue to create more content than ever before, enterprise organisations need to find a solution to streamline workflows and ensure all content is on-brand. With the help of David and his local team, we look forward to partnering with enterprises in APAC to solve these content challenges.”
Templafy regional director, APAC, David Nemes said, “I am delighted to join Templafy as it works to pioneer the content enablement category, while actively making document generation what it needs to be today in order to meet the needs of the modern enterprise. Templafy’s next gen platform allows customers to govern content and safeguard their brand through business documents like never before, whilst also making their employees more productive.”
“I am looking forward to continuing to grow Templafy’s footprint in the region and working with companies to actively accelerate their business performance.”
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