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PrintStaff Announces Appointment Of George Cisar Senior Account Executive

Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Boston, MA – February 1, 2005 – PrintStaff, the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces it has appointed George Cisar senior account executive at the company’s Chicago office. In this role, Cisar is responsible for pursuing temp and temp to hire opportunities in the Chicago area. He will also provide recruitment and placement services for executives in any print-related position, within both graphic arts organizations and vendors, in a ten-state central US region. Mr. Cisar brings with him over 30 years of experience in the graphic arts industry with increasingly prominent roles, from sales representative to vice president, for organizations such as Mitsubishi, Baker Perkins and Goss. Cisar’s accomplishments include the creation and implementation of complete operations, sales, service and engineering departments, including building staffs to support these activities. Armed with a BSME from The Illinois Institute of Technology, George understands the technical problems faced by customers, while implementing people-friendly strategies to solve them. His strong belief in quality service, quality people and partnering with the client has yielded a long string of successes. “We are very excited a person of George’s caliber has joined us in the PrintStaff Chicago office. He exemplifies all of the qualities we strive to represent to companies in the printing and graphics arts industry – an extensive knowledge of printing technologies and skills, and keen attention towards client service,” notes David Regan, PrintStaff CEO. “Beyond his business development role of finding opportunities for temp placement, we believe that George’s executive staffing experience and extensive connections will benefit companies who need to build their management teams.”




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