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Evan Engesether rejoins CGS as Central Regional Sales Manager

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Further expanding the sale team, CGS Publishing Technologies International, LLC names Evan Engesether as Regional Sales Manager. Engesether will be responsible for sales in the Central U.S. region including: Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. Engesether’s extensive experience in both sales and technical roles makes him a welcomed addition to CGS.

With 17 years in the graphic arts industry, including an extensive technical background, Engesether has a hands-on approach to sales. His sales acumen, coupled with his previous experience with CGS products, makes Engesether a valuable new addition to an already impressive sales team. “Young Evan joined CGS straight from graphic arts college in a technical support role then, after almost ten years with us, moved into digital press sales with Canon Solutions America,” explains Trevor Haworth, CEO. “It’s great to welcome him back into this key sales role.”

Prior to returning to CGS, Engesether had experience in sales as a Senior Account Executive at Canon Solutions America in their commercial print division as well as technical experience at Kodak. During his time at CGS, Engesether began in the technical department where he gained a strong understanding of the ORIS product offerings and cultivated a unique insight that earned the trust and business of several multinational accounts 

“I am truly grateful for the opportunity and am thrilled to be back at CGS,” Engesether commented. “CGS develops a connection with their customers and fosters those relationships by listening to customer feedback and furthering their product offerings. Not many businesses do that.”

 

 

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