EarthColor, Inc. Names Ken Swanson Executive Vice President, Sales and Business Development
Press release from the issuing company
New York, N.Y., April 16th - EarthColor, Inc., a leading nationwide provider of commercial printing services, today announced the appointment of Ken Swanson as Executive Vice President, Sales and Business Development. Swanson has more than 27 years of sales, business development, and operations experience in the printing industry.
At EarthColor, Swanson will lead the sales organization and drive key business development initiatives to further accelerate sales of the company’s expansive integrated suite of products and services. Swanson will report to Robert Kashan, CEO and Chairman of EarthColor.
“We’re pleased to welcome Ken to our team. With his deep industry experience, he is ideally suited to lead EarthColor’s sales force,” said Robert Kashan. “Ken’s understanding of customers’ unique business requirements will sharpen our customer focus and advance our market leadership. He has a track record of success in growing businesses and we are delighted to add another seasoned leader to the EarthColor management team.”
Swanson most recently served as Director, Business Development at Eastman Kodak Company’s Graphic Communications Group, a global leader in prepress workflow, conventional and digital printing, and document imaging solutions.
“Throughout my career, I have worked at leading graphic arts companies that have created unique products and services for their customers. EarthColor is a leader in the commercial printing industry. I look forward to directing its talented sales force as we build new customer relationships and ensure that all customers receive superior products, service and support,” said Swanson.
Earlier in his career, Swanson held management positions at a number of graphic communications and printing companies, including Bowne & Co., Inc., L. P. Thebault Company, and Anderson Lithograph.
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