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Karl Post Joins Kodak's Graphic Communications Group as Senior Manager, Customer Development

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 28 -- Eastman Kodak Company has named Karl Post to the position of Senior Manager, Customer Development for its Graphic Communications Group (GCG). Post brings 13 years of sales, marketing, and strategic customer and partner development experience in the graphic communications industry to Kodak. Post will serve as a customer advocate within Kodak, working with GCG's Strategic Product Groups and regional sales and marketing teams to drive customer success. He will be responsible for working with customers to understand their needs, and ensuring that KODAK programs, solutions and partnerships deliver value to customers. Post will report to Cheryl Nelan, Director, Customer Development, GCG. “Post's experience in the industry provides him with a unique perspective and deep understanding of today's print provider,” said Nelan. “We will rely heavily on his insight and relationships with customers to ensure that Kodak continues to offer the right services, technology, people and expertise to help grow their businesses.” Post most recently worked for EFI as Manager of Major Accounts. Before that, he spent 12 years with Sir Speedy, Inc., in management roles of increasing responsibility, including four years as Vice President, Strategic Development. “Now is an exciting time in the graphic communications market as print providers face multiple opportunities to expand services and increase profitability,” said Post. “I'm proud to work for a company that works hard to understand its customers, values their input and offers solutions that meet their needs.”

 

 

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