Kerstin Roost - Strategic Partnerships Operations Manager

Kerstin Roost

Based in Luxembourg, Kerstin has 19 years experience in the IT, media and satellite communications industry with cross-function expertise in sales, strategic marketing, customer support and engineering.

Before joining Newtec's global accounts and indirect channels (sales) team in October 2018, Kerstin started to work for Newtec in 2004, first as software and support engineer for its Berlin division in Germany in the TCP/IP software team (Tellitec Engineering), later as marketing manager for the related software and solutions, and until 2018 as strategic marketing and public relations director.

Kerstin holds an Multimedia Engineering degree from the University of Technology, Business and Design in Wismar, Germany and is a complimentary individual member of the World Teleport Association (WTA).

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Company Newsletter May 2019

Newsletter 18.5.2019

Welcome to Newtec News – your exclusive insight into the satellite industry and our latest innovations as we respond to worldwide trends and rising consumer demand that are ushering in a new era of connectivity.

A change of mindset: ROI is king, rather than the price tag

Article 17.5.2019

We give our partners access to new markets and sales opportunities as they expand their product portfolio with Newtec’s products and solutions; while they manage their own sales force who can easily identify opportunities.

Company Newsletter September 2018

Newsletter 18.9.2018

Welcome to the latest edition of Newtec News – full of exciting industry insights as we continue to enter a new era of connectivity.

Newtec’s Session Highlights at IBC2018

Article 20.8.2018

We'll bring industry’s leading experts together to discuss the latest trends and evolutions. Join our IBC2018 sessions on Saturday, September 15, featuring insightful presentations.

Free Satellite Internet - A Game-changer For Emerging Economies

Article 10.4.2018

The launch of Quika represents what could be a game-changer for emerging economies. For the first time, many developing countries across Africa, the Middle East and Asia will have access to free or affordable fast satellite Internet.