Artemis announced key additions to its technology and executive teams. Specifically, Artemis named Eric Clark as Vice President of Revenue, Sebastian Delmont as Principal Engineer, and Amanda Carter as Regulatory Compliance Specialist. These hires come on the heels of Artemis’ $8 million Series A funding round and will support the company’s rapid growth and leadership position in the commercial fruit, vegetable, floriculture, cannabis, and hemp industries.
“Eric, Sebastian, and Amanda bring decades of experience and a proven track record in their respective fields. They join us at a time where significant changes are taking place with technology and risk management in commercial horticulture—especially with the exponential rise of the legal cannabis industry,” said Allison Kopf, CEO of Artemis. “Their combined expertise across compliance, growth strategy, and product innovation will be invaluable as we build upon our Cultivation Management Platform and advance our vision for a more efficient, traceable and compliant agricultural economy.”
Eric joins as Vice President of Revenue at Artemis, focused on creating strategies to drive the sales, marketing and customer success teams to work cohesively, and optimizing all areas of the business to maximize revenue. Eric brings over 10 years of experience scaling early stage startup sales teams by developing go-to-market strategies, building sales processes, training for sustainable growth and organizing channel partnerships. Prior to joining Artemis, Eric was a Senior Consultant for Skaled and served as VP of Sales at Voray, Adiant and other technology companies. He holds a BA in Marketing & Economics from Westfield State University.
Sebastian joins as Principal Engineer at Artemis, responsible for overseeing the company’s software engineering team and advancing the development of its Cultivation Management Platform. Sebastian is a veteran software engineer and developer with expertise in Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS and most web development technologies. He was previously webmaster at Aprena Labs and CTO at various technology companies including String and StreetEasy. Sebastian is originally from Venezuela and studied computer science at the Central University of Venezuela.
Amanda joins Artemis as Regulatory Compliance Specialist. With more than ten years in high-welfare proteins, humane livestock slaughter, and craft food enterprise development, she has worked with farm operators, product importers, value-added production facilities, and private individuals across multiple states and levels of government to bring safe, wholesome, traceable products to market. Amanda brings a growth mindset and an attitude of radical acceptance to bear on product safety and quality accountability practices for agricultural entrepreneurs. She holds a BS in Agroecology from the Evergreen State College and several credentials in food safety and animal welfare.
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