Applied Printing Technologies Hires Rondone As VP of Sales and Marketing
Press release from the issuing company
Moonachie, NJ, July 14, 2004— Applied Printing Technologies (APT) announced today that Joseph Rondone has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing.
Rondone will be responsible for directing all marketing functions for the company as well as leading his own sales team. Rondone brings to APT extensive experience in driving sales growth in the printing services industry and has a successful track record of developing new marketing strategies that contribute to creating a positive responsiveness to customer needs.
Rondone comes to APT from The L.P. Thebault Company where he contributed to the company’s sales growth in the fashion and cosmetic markets. Prior to joining The L.P. Thebault Company, Rondone held senior level management positions at Mallon Company, Northeast Graphics and World Color. His responsibilities included developing new marketing strategies and organizing and managing the sales effort for New York area markets. He personally achieved many sales successes with major cosmetic and corporate clients in that area.
“Joe brings the exact experience we need to complement the new culture at APT,” said Jack Egan, senior vice president, APT. “His energy and expertise make him the perfect candidate to get our message to the marketplace and support our customers with the solutions they need to grow their own businesses. He is an excellent addition to our team of experienced professionals.”
Rondone graduated from the City University of New York in mechanical engineering. His impressive professional accomplishments include instructing a course on the dynamics of sales and marketing for the Association of Graphic Arts for five years and lecturing groups on effective ways to reduce printing costs as part of a corporate seminar series. He also served on the National Sales and Marketing committee for the Printing Industries of America.
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