Vince Cavasin

Head of Global Marketing

Vince Cavasin began working with Belmont in June 2015 and leads the company’s global marketing efforts, including brand strategy, thought leadership and content marketing, social media and digital marketing, event strategy, solutions marketing, and sales enablement. Vince brings over 15 years of B2B marketing and business development experience, including former roles as head of product marketing for Infosys Technologies and head of digital marketing for CA Technologies. He holds an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin.

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  • A Bright, Beautiful, Recycled “Wearable”

    Over three million refugees entered the EU between 2012 and 2016, and thousands continue to arrive every day. According to the UN Refugee Agency, more people are displaced today than ever before in history—even more than during World War II. This is an overwhelming problem to read about, but even more overwhelming to experience firsthand. While visiting Lesbos, Greece in 2015, Americans Zoë Pappis and Alexander Schultz witnessed the crisis for themselves—and decided they had to take action to help. That action resulted in the Zoë band, which is hands down the most brilliant recycling-for-a-cause […]

  • Predicting the future of eMaterials Management

    By Vince Cavasin, Head of Global Marketing Have you seen the new products introduced at CES this year? Drones! Robots! Self-driving cars! Tiny connected things! TVs that hang like wallpaper! In other words…incremental change. I’m not seeing any game-changers coming out of CES 2017, and that’s fine; the vast majority of human progress comes via evolution, not revolution. Reading through the various “best of CES” lists led me to ponder the implications of this idea for the eMaterials recycling industry. In its brief history, our industry hasn’t seen much disruption by game-changing technologies; the smartphone […]

  • From eWaste to eMaterials: Redefining the value of obsolete electronics

    By Vince Cavasin, Senior Director of Global Marketing Would you call this waste? How about this? Probably not. How about this? And yet, I found that last picture when I searched for “eWaste stock photo”. This points to a dichotomy that we at Belmont are working to change: when it comes to the lifecycle of all kinds of electronic products, we have a language problem that is both a function and a driver of our attitude toward them: when they are no longer new, they are “waste”. Newspapers, bottles, cans, and other products we have more […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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