HumanEyes Appoints Shahar Bin-Nun, VP of Sales, Worldwide
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Press release from the issuing companySeptember 2, 2008 - Jerusalem - The leader in commercial-quality lenticular and 3D software development, HumanEyes Technologies, has appointed Shahar Bin-Nun to the position of Vice President of Sales, Worldwide.
Bin-Nun, most recently with Press-sense, Inc., is assuming global responsibilities for the company's sales and marketing efforts, including management of key customer, partner, and distributor relationships.
Duby Hodd, HumanEyes CEO, on the Appointment:
"Having Shahar Bin-Nun join our executive management team to lead our sales and marketing efforts is fortuitous on many fronts," says Duby Hodd, HumanEyes CEO. "Shahar's extensive industry experience and proven leadership capabilities will be critical as HumanEyes moves into its most dynamic adoption phase thus far," Hodd continues, citing software and pricing improvements, as well as UV inkjet technology advancements, as being the prime catalysts for increased demand.
Shahar Bin-Nun, Vice President of Sales, Worldwide, on his Appointment:
"The lenticular 3D category is seeing wider and more rapid acceptance today because companies like HumanEyes have succeeded in making the technology accessible; creating lucrative new business opportunities for printers looking to differentiate themselves," says Bin-Nun. "I'm very pleased to join such an innovative company, and look forward to extending the company's leadership in the industry."
Shahar Bin-Nun Background
Bin-Nun brings HumanEyes 13 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development in the U.S. and abroad. Before joining the company, he served as VP Sales & Business Development for Press-sense, Inc., a market leader in business flow automation solutions for the print industry. In this position, based in the U.S., he was responsible for all sales, marketing, support, business development and operations activities for the company in the North, Central and South American printing markets.
Prior to his tenure at Press-sense, Bin-Nun was VP Sales at Magink Display Technologies in Israel. Before that he was CEO of CTV Technologies. He began his career in the graphic arts industry as CEO and owner of Hemed Press, a large offset printing company in Jerusalem. In his new position with HumanEyes, Bin-Nun will be based at the company's headquarters in Israel.
Bin-Nun's industry involvement most recently includes speaking engagements at numerous events and conferences, including PODi Las Vegas, January, 2008; Dscoop San Diego, February, 2008; PIA/GATF Phoenix, February 2008; and OnDemand Boston, March 2008.
Bin-Nun holds a B.A in Economics from Tel Aviv University, and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Bin-Nun can reached at HumanEyes headquarters via tel: +972.2.6518999 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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