Local digital firm adds new member to their board of advisors
KDM Ventures LLC today announced that Evan Loring, Global Sales Director of Congruity360 joined the board of advisors for KDM Ventures, a digital strategy and investment firm based out of Norwell, Massachusetts. Co-Founder Kristin Litchfield stated, “We are so excited to benefit from Evan Loring’s deep expertise in sales, IT, and business strategy. We are confident having his strategic input into the direction of our company will drive continued growth.”
Evan Loring brings a wealth of knowledge, relationships and skills in sales and business strategy to the company. Evan Loring attended the University of New Hampshire where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Masters degree in Business Administration. Evan stated, “I’m privileged to have the opportunity to help push the company forward along its already fantastic trajectory.”
Evan Loring is a former collegiate athlete, where as an undergraduate he received three Academic All-Colonial Athletic Association selections. He remained at UNH for graduate studies and while completing an MBA he coached the UNH football team’s wide receivers, including all-league wide-out Mike Boyle. More recently, Evan Loring supervised the scholarly and athletic performance of 11 football players as a wide receiver coach for Harvard University. During his tenure, he helped the Harvard Crimson field the top-rated offense in the Ivy League for two consecutive seasons.
Having transitioned into the information technology (IT) consulting field, Evan Loring served as a senior manager for MSDI in Pembroke, Massachusetts. He works with enterprise-level companies to evaluate and manage operating costs associated with their yearly IT budget. Also in charge of marketing MSDI’s cloud computing, performance optimization, business continuity, and other IT solutions, Mr. Loring has grown annual revenue to $10 million for the company’s enterprise business units.
As an auto sports enthusiast, Evan Loring maintains membership in such organizations as the Automobile Racing Club of America and the BMW Car Club of America.