Dekkar Densham and David Ferraz
Canada - CAST Group of Companies has announced the promotion of Dekkar Densham to the position of sales manager, and the appointment of David Ferraz as international business development manager.
Since joining in 2017 as BlackTrax Sales Specialist and quickly advancing to the role of Solutions Manager in 2021, Dekkar Densham has proven himself as an integral part of the team. In this new capacity as sales manager, Dekkar will stand at the forefront of CAST’s sales strategy. Dekkar will lead initiatives to push BlackTrax, the real-time tracking solution, Vivien, the virtual event designer and wysiwyg the lighting previsualization products ‘further than ever before’.
Dekkar shares, “I look forward to bringing BlackTrax confidently into even more use cases it was never conceived to handle when it was released over 10 years ago. There’s no denying that our community sits at the heart of all that we do at CAST, and in this new role, I hope to use this as a foundation to drive innovation further so that we can truly exceed the needs of our clients and make their lives easier.”
Having previously served as manager director at a rental company in Portugal, and as the former marketing manager at Prolights, David has become renowned for his ability to rejuvenate brands and develop strategies that successfully aid global expansion. David will play a pivotal role in expanding CAST's footprint in the European and Latin American markets.
David says, “Having already witnessed CAST's products in action, it’s clear that they stand as a beacon of innovation and it’s incredible to see. My vision is to not only lead the expansion of the products into new territories but help redefine what’s possible and set a precedent for the future of integrated creativity. Watch this space!"
CEO Stuart Green concludes, “As we’re about to celebrate three decades of innovation and growth at CAST, the promotion of Dekkar and the addition of David to our leadership team marks an exciting chapter in our journey.”

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