Kodak's Graphic Communications Group Names Beth Hogan Scott Director of Worldwide Public Relations
Press release from the issuing company
Rochester, N.Y., November 21--Eastman Kodak Company's Graphic Communications Group (GCG) has selected Beth Hogan Scott, a communications professional with 25 years industry experience, to oversee its global public relations function. As Director of Worldwide Public Relations, GCG, Hogan Scott will be responsible for developing worldwide public relations strategy, with a focus on managing and implementing multi-faceted programs that deliver consistent messaging about the GCG across all external audiences.
"As we build on the momentum established in 2005, providing customers, media, analysts, and consultants around the world with clear, compelling and consistent information about the unique value Kodak brings to the graphic communications market is essential," said Anthony Sanzio, Director of Worldwide Marketing Communications, GCG. "Beth Hogan Scott's demonstrated success in instituting strategic, creative communications programs that produce results, combined with a long career in graphic communications, makes her the right person for the job."
Hogan Scott most recently was with Kodak Polychrome Graphics, joining the company when it formed in 1998 as a joint venture between Kodak and Sun Chemical Company. For the past four years she was Director of Corporate and Worldwide Marketing Communications. She started in the graphic communications industry in 1980 as an assistant to the publisher for a leading industry trade publication. Since then she has held positions of increasing responsibility with companies including Anitec and the ATF-Davidson Company.
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