Xitron: Glen Cowell Appointed General Manager Europe/Middle East/Africa
Press release from the issuing company
Ann Arbor, Michigan, January 31, 2002 -- Jim Thrush, President of Xitron, Inc. announced today the appointment of Glen Cowell as General Manager Europe/Middle East/Africa.
Glen Cowell shifts his responsibilities to take the position of General Manager for Europe/ Middle East/Africa. Glen has been with Xitron for 1.5 years holding the title of International OEM Sales Manager and Canadian Dealer Manager. Glen’s previous position as Director of European Sales for PrePress Inc, make him an excellent choice to fill the position. Glen’s international OEM accounts will be distributed among the Xitron Sales force in the respective territories. Richard Tibbitts is returning to Australia where he will continue working for Xitron and pursue business in the Asian market.
Andrew Aldridge is moving into the position of Product Specialist for Xitron Europe allowing him to concentrate more heavily on his interest in Sales and Support. Glen and Andrew are looking forward to improving, expanding and increasing sales for the European Operation while continuing to strongly support our successful dealer network.
Jim Thrush, President, Xitron explains, “When we moved Richard Tibbitt’s to focus on the Asian market we didn’t have to look far to fill the open position in Europe. Our own Glen Cowell’s experiences fit neatly to fill that roll.”
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