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InteliCoat Technologies Appoints Wilson as Regional Sales Manager

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

SOUTH HADLEY, Mass., September 29, 2008 – InteliCoat Technologies, a world leader in the manufacture of coated paper, film, and specialty substrates for digital imaging applications, today announced the addition of Laura Wilson as regional sales manager. In this role, Wilson will be responsible for building and supporting InteliCoat's market presence by working with resellers and distributors in the Western United States.
 
Wilson comes to InteliCoat from Graphic Materials International, where she served as its Western region sales manager. In this role, Wilson analyzed sales trends and territory performance to increase revenue and meet new business goals.  Previously, she spent eight years at Roland DGA Corporation, where she served as product marketing manager for both its supplies and color products lines. Wilson brings a wealth of experience in training customers, launching and supporting new products, analyzing competitive information for product positioning, and managing product sales to resellers and distributors. Wilson has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Chapman University in Orange, CA.
Laura joins InteliCoat's current team of U.S. regional sales managers – including Dale Ward (Midwest and Southeast), Kym Roby (Mid-Atlantic), Tom Doyle (Northeast and Latin America), and Steve Mercer (Mid-South).
 
"We are excited to add Laura to our team," said Meyer Weiss, vice president, digital imaging at InteliCoat. "Her extensive experience with product sales and marketing makes us confident that she will have a positive impact on the continued growth of InteliCoat's digital imaging business."

 

 

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