Renowned digital solutions and integrated media expert Cheryl Kahanec joins EarthDigital to strengthen their focus on the growing digital print and one-to-one marketing industry
Moonachie, NJ - EarthDigital, the digital division of EarthColor and a leading provider of integrated digital print, marketing, and fulfillment solutions, today announced the appointment of Cheryl Kahanec as the company's Executive Vice President. As a key member of EarthDigital's executive management team, Kahanec will spearhead the continued development of the integrated solutions and innovative cross-media marketing that have made EarthDigital a leading service provider across multiple vertical markets. A widely recognized leader in the digital print and variable data industry, Kahanec's extensive experience includes ownership of a successful digital print firm and consulting on product and service development for market leaders like HP, IBM, Adobe, Kodak, and Xerox. Kahanec's vast expertise, and proven passion for high-impact multichannel marketing, fits perfectly with EarthDigital's commitment to delivering customer solutions that increase end-user interaction and drive ROI.
"I am delighted to have Cheryl join the EarthDigital team. Her experience and understanding of the effective use of variable data and one-to-one marketing applications deepens our already impressive team of digital marketing experts," said Nicholas Brusco, President of EarthDigital. "She also possesses a proven track record of success in company leadership, identifying growth opportunities, and implementing a strategic approach to all types of customer communications."
"There is no doubt the print industry is changing", said Robert Kashan, CEO of EarthColor. "Our clients' needs and requirements to grow their businesses continue to evolve as they are being called upon to extract greater value and profitability from every marketing program. EarthColor is committed to helping our clients meet these demands. Having Cheryl on staff will enhance our support of this commitment. I couldn't be more optimistic about the impact she will have."