Creo Americas Promotes Ken Hanulec to Marketing VP
Press release from the issuing company
BOSTON -- January 26, 2004 -- Creo today announced the promotion of Ken Hanulec to the executive positiion of vice president of marketing, Creo Americas, effective immediately. Mr. Hanulec has held positions of increasing responsibility with Creo since 1996. In August 2001 he was appointed director of marketing for Creo Americas where he managed the day-to-day activities of product marketing, marketing communications, business development, and telemarketing.
Mr. Hanulec draws upon more than eight years of graphic communications industry experience. Prior to his tenure at Creo, he held managerial positions with Linotype-Hell, where he worked as a client education specialist, and then Mitsubishi Imaging, Inc., as an applications specialist. Upon joining Creo, he honed his sales skills in the field, was appointed district sales manager for the northeast region, and achieved President's Club status.
He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Technology Education from the State University of New York (Oswego, NY).
"In a relatively short time, Ken has become an integral and dynamic leader at Creo Americas," noted Larry Letteney, president, Creo Americas, Inc. "His sales and marketing teams have demonstrated increasingly impressive results, and Ken's driving spirit is inspirational. Given the increased responsibilities and visibility, we look forward to Ken having even greater impact on the company's successes moving forward."
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