PrintStaff appoints Bob Stralow senior account manager in Chicago office
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, MA – SEPTEMBER 21, 2005 – PrintStaff, the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces it has appointed Robert Stralow as senior account manager. In this role, Stralow is responsible for pursuing temp and temp to hire opportunities in the Chicago area. He will also provide recruitment and placement services for executives in any print-related position, within both graphic arts organizations and vendors, in a ten-state central US region.
Through his nearly seven years of account management and sales experience, Mr. Stralow has become adept at relationship building and project management with a sound understanding of customer needs, the sales process, and marketing fundamentals. Mr. Stralow came to PrintStaff from General Binding Corporation, where he held a variety of sales and marketing roles of growing importance. Most recently, he was the sales and marketing coordinator for several major accounts, the Dealer Division and the Value Added Reseller program. Bob's staffing experience came as onsite manager for Remedy Intelligent Staffing at Newell Office Products in Madison, WI. There, he managed the firms largest client, performed all aspects of recruiting including candidate screening to fulfill client needs, developing and implementing recruiting promotions to attract applicants on behalf of client accounts, and creating marketing programs to support client efforts. Bob received a BA in both history and political science from Western Illinois University, and expects to receive an MBA with concentration in sales in December 2005 from Aurora University.
"Bob has an excellent background that covers a complete range of recruiting skills along with a rare sense of what his clients are looking for," comments David Regan, PrintStaff CEO. "Yet, he also has expertise in marketing and administration, and can oversee the recruiting process to ensure it runs smoothly for his clients. He will be a wonderful asset for the Chicago office."
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