Woburn, Massachusetts, November 11, 2004 -- Charrette LLC recently announced that Laura Hopkins has joined the Charrette Central Region Team as Chicago Region Manager. Ms. Hopkins will assume full P&L responsibility for managing the Charrette Central Region's largest territory.
Ms. Hopkins brings to Charrette extensive experience managing regional sales groups in a business-to-business environment. Prior to joining Charrette, Ms. Hopkins worked at Hewlett Packard Corporation as Inside Sales Manager for State and Local Government. In this position she managed 40 salespeople and 2 supervisors. She also worked for several years as the Financial Area Sales Manager in the Phoenix region for Compaq Corporation.
"Laura has the skills necessary to manage a dynamic sales team, and we are thrilled to have her strong management experience leading our Chicago Region", said Mark Bone, Central Region Director at Charrette.
Charrette LLC is the largest provider of equipment and supplies to the design marketplace. In addition to design products, Charrette provides sales staff and technical specialists located in regional offices who can provide training, installation, technical support and equipment repair. Charrette is headquartered in Woburn, MA with operations in over a dozen states and many urban areas, including Boston, New York City, Rochester, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Mobile, Dayton, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle.
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