Kodak Names DeRose US&C Director of Sales, Newspaper and Packaging
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 17-Kodak has announced three appointments to its newspaper segment team, which is designed to enhance customer sales and service. As part of the moves, Patrick DeRose has been appointed United States and Canada (US&C) Director of Sales, Newspaper and Packaging Segments.
DeRose has been with Kodak since 1997 and will now expand his role to include responsibility for the packaging segment. He will continue to report to Michael Ciaramella, US&C Vice President Sales, Commercial Printing. Michael Bonham continues as the US&C Operational Sales Manager for Consumables.
"Kodak is committed to the newspaper segment, and is expanding the service and products it offers newspaper printers," Ciaramella said. "Patrick DeRose is a proven leader and has earned the trust of both our customers and Kodak's newspaper sales team."
As part of Kodak's Newspaper 2.0 approach to growing revenue opportunities from newspaper customers, the company has named David Martin as US&C Business Development Manager for KODAK Microzone Publishing Solutions. The KODAK Microzone Publishing Solution allows newspapers to reach highly localized groups of readers and advertisers through publications that use citizen contributed news stories, photographs and event listings.
David Stermer has been named the new US&C Solutions Sales Manager for the newspaper segment. Stermer will report to DeRose in his new position.
Kodak's newspaper solutions provide speed and reliability to newspaper printers so that they can improve quality, enhance efficiency, and offer greater editorial deadline flexibility to newsrooms.
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