Mimeo.com Names Thomas J. Karrat As Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Press release from the issuing company
New York, NY – November 5, 2007 – Mimeo.com, the innovator of online, on-demand digital printing for business documents and marketing materials, announced today that Thomas J. Karrat has been named to the new position of Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing. Karrat most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Sales for Yahoo HotJobs where he managed a team of 300 people during his 4 years with the company. He joins Mimeo.com with more than 15 years of experience in sales and marketing.
Karrat, the newest member on the Mimeo.com executive team, will lead the rapidly growing sales and marketing team as it expands domestically and internationally.
In commenting on today's announcement, Adam Slutsky, Chief Executive Officer of Mimeo.com, stated, "Hiring someone of Tom's caliber and experience is a real coup for Mimeo.com and indicates the emergence and attraction of our brand to high profile senior executives nationwide. Tom's energy, experience, and know-how will accelerate Mimeo.com's growth in the online, on-demand market nationally while helping us expand into key international markets."
"I am honored that Mimeo.com has entrusted me with this amazing opportunity during such a pivotal time in the evolution of the company," stated Karrat. "I believe that Mimeo.com has only tapped the surface of its potential. With new products, international expansion, and an even more aggressive sales and marketing organization, I am convinced that there are no limits to Mimeo.com's continuing growth and development."
Mimeo.com executes this key hire directly on the heels of several company achievements and milestones, including being named to the Deloitte Fast 50 and 500 lists, the Inc. 5,000 and the recent round of funding led by Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies Group.
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