Xeal, an electric vehicle charging station and smart technology infrastructure company aimed at the multifamily sector, today announced hiring Chris Moreno as vice president of real estate and channel partnerships, according to a press release.
The company says in the role Moreno will handle Xeal’s largest enterprise clients and oversee reseller and distribution relationships, following time spent as an investor and advisor at tech accelerator On Deck.
Moreno joins the EV infrastructure company with more than 15 years of experience in tech, sales growth, marketing, operations, multifamily and commercial real estate. He also previously was on the founding team at Luxer One, a last-mile solution startup that provided smart package lockers and automated rooms to the multifamily industry.
“We are excited to welcome Chris to the Xeal team as we double down on our aim of becoming the EV charging leader within the multifamily sector,” stated Zander Isaacson, co-founder and CEO at Xeal, in the release.
“He commands a deep understanding of emerging technologies and how to efficiently scale new products to market with quality. Chris’s deep industry relationships and extensive experience leading growth at proptech startups will accelerate Xeal’s go-to-market strategy into new verticals and distribution channels.”
Moreno added that due to his real estate startup experience, and personally investments in the multifamily segment, he believes that Xeal aligned with his focuses on proptech, mobility, climate tech and the future of smart cities.
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“I love to put all my focus on tech solutions for the multifamily and commercial real estate space because of the immediate impact it makes in the lives of residents, owners and operators,” Moreno stated in the release.
At that time the company also announced plans to open a new U.S. headquarters in New York City, in an attempt to increase accessibility for future real estate clients and to scale EV infrastructure on the East Coast.