Enovation Names Steve Bennett VP of Product Marketing & Communications
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y., December 2003 – Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc., the nation’s premiere distributor to the graphic communications industry, has named Steve Bennett as the company’s vice president of product marketing and communications.
“Steve’s industry background in sales, product development, marketing and management makes him the right candidate for this position,” says Tim Combs, Enovation’s senior vice president for sales and marketing. “His creativity and leadership will take us into new directions as we add value to the solutions that we provide. I’m confident that under Steve’s direction the company will market integrated solutions to meet the current and future needs of our customers.”
In his new position, Bennett will oversee the marketing of Enovation’s full range of products and services within the United States, including the Fujifilm brand of graphic arts products. Bennett manages the product marketing group, which consists of product development, marketing communications, public relations, strategic planning, print media, the Opus Professional Consulting Group and Enovation’s national demonstration facility in Hanover Park, Ill.
Bennett’s career in the printing and publishing industry began 23 years ago and he has held positions in print production, manufacture representation and dealer distribution. He joined Fujifilm’s former Graphic Systems Division in 1985 and has held positions as senior product development manager, director of sales for electronic imaging and, most recently, director of product marketing.
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