New Canaan, CT – Roy Grossman, founding partner of MSP Digital Marketing, announced today that Dante Mazzocco has joined the company as executive vice president of business development. MSP Digital is a privately held marketing communications and digital services provider. MSP is currently building a national network of companies with a focus on sophisticated variable data print capabilities, specialty direct mail, digital packaging & labels, and large format applications.
According to Mr. Grossman, “I am tremendously excited to have Dante on board to develop a national sales presence for MSP. He is the consummate sales professional and will be a major catalyst as we build MSP across a variety of business platforms. He has been a success at every step throughout his career in both sales and marketing roles. His entrepreneurial approach will be invaluable.”
Mr. Mazzocco added, “I have had the pleasure of working with Roy, as well as Chip Stine and Jon Fogel [MSP’s additional partners], for many years. Their commitment to serving the graphic communications market is unparalleled in the industry, and I am excited to be a part of this unique and promising venture.”
Mr. Mazzocco was most recently a vice president of sales with Clifton, NJ-based Sandy Alexander, focusing on the direct mail and digital print markets. Prior to Sandy Alexander, Mr. Mazzocco held a senior level position with the Graphic Industries Group (which was acquired by R.R. Donnelley) and Webcraft (which was acquired by Big Flower Press Holdings) where he became vice president of imaged products. He is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS degree in print management and science.
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