Khouri-Haddad Named VPof Business Development at Electronics For Imaging
Press release from the issuing company
FOSTER CITY, Calif- July 10, 2001--Electronics For Imaging, the world leader in providing hardware and software imaging solutions for networked printers and copiers, announced today that Najib Khouri-Haddad has joined the company as its Vice President of Business Development. In this newly-created position, Khouri-Haddad will lead EFI's new business initiatives, including identifying and pursuing ventures, acquisitions and investments that will grow the company's existing businesses and diversification into related businesses. He reports to CEO Guy Gecht.
"Najib will direct our efforts on evaluating strategic new business opportunities for our near term and long term growth,'' said EFI CEO Guy Gecht. "We are excited to have someone with Najib's depth of experience and insight leading this important effort.''
Khouri-Haddad previously served as Vice President of Mergers, Acquisitions and Ventures at 3COM, focusing on acquisitions, alliances and joint ventures across a variety of networking and consumer industries. He was part of the team that managed the spin-off of Palm Computing and U.S. Robotics and led acquisitions of numerous networking companies. He was with 3COM since 1992. Prior to 3COM, Najib worked at Rolm and Data General in software engineering, systems planning and product marketing positions.
He holds graduate degrees from Stanford University in Business and Engineering Management and from the University of Michigan in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His undergraduate degree in electrical engineering is from the American University of Beirut.
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