Tech Investment Analyst Michael Urlocker Appointed as New Vice President of Strategic Partnerships by Drone Delivery Canada
In their latest move, Drone Delivery Canada has appointed technology investment analyst Michael Urlocker as the vice president of the strategic partnership.
The main focus of the company is to design, develop, and implement its own logistic software platform for drones. The technology is built to be used by government authorities and other organizations. However, with the expansion of company operations in Canada’s northern communities and beyond other areas, the technology will soon more likely to be commercialized.
Specialized in disruptive innovation, Urlocker’s entry in the company can be justified as a step towards further growth. Urlocker was involved with Canadian technology investment sector back in 1995. He even worked as technology reporter for “The Financial Post” at one point and was also associated with other organizations, such as UBS, credit Suisse, and GMP securities.
In the latest press release, Tony Di Benedetto, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada admitted the need to create the position of Vice President and believes Michael Urlocker fits best for the position. He believes Urlocker can monitor and regulate the interest from commercial partners in the best strategic manner. With further growth of the organization in becoming a compliant operator and commencing commercial operations, there is a need to bring in a person who can assist DDC in creating an additional partnership and commercial partnership at a global level. Urlocker, with his wide spectrum of knowledge in the industry, would be the best person to establish the relationship in Canada and across the globe.
If the statement of Urlocker is to be believed, the business of DDC has a tremendous potential to grow and spread across nations. Being a disruptive innovation, the technology can be adopted to fasten and smoothen the commercial deliveries across the globe.