SEATTLE, WA, September 6, 2001 – Imacon, Inc. a subsidiary of Imacon AS, today announced the appointment of several new management team members to help strengthen and grow Imacon’s US presence. Gerry Yaeger has been appointed to Technical Services Manager, Mark Duhaime is the new Marketing Manager, Mic Greyer is the new National Sales Manager, and Bruce Wiseman has been appointed to Camera Channel Manager.
"With the restructuring and additions to our management team, we will now be able to better penetrate the US market and drive sales," said Jack Showalter, Imacon Inc. president. "We now have tremendous strength in our management team and I am looking forward to establishing Imacon as a recognized leader in the marketplace."
Gerry Yaeger has been appointed to Technical Services Manager and will now focus on Imacon’s technical support issues. Gerry has been in the graphic arts industry for over 40 years and brings an incredible amount of product and technical knowledge to this position. Previously, Gerry was the Program Management Director at Imacon.
As Marketing Manager, Mark Duhaime will oversee all marketing activities related to Imacon Inc., as well as remain the sales manager for the southeast region. Mark brings to this new position over 15 years in sales/marketing and channel management. Mark will work closely with the parent company in Denmark on all marketing initiatives and focus on generating corporate awareness throughout the United States.
Mic Greyer has been appointed as National Sales Manager and will be responsible for all sales activities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Mic brings over 15 years of sales and management experience to this position. Mic will oversee the regional sales managers and the management of their dealer relationships.
Bruce Wiseman has been appointed as Camera Channel Manager. In this position he will be responsible for supporting the regional sales managers and Imacon’s authorized dealers in their effort to sell the FlexFrame Camera Backs. Bruce brings to this position over 20 years of knowledge and experience in the photographic and digital imaging industries.
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