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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • August 2018 • 31 Salt Lake City-based SAi (SA International), a pro- vider of software solutions for industries includ- ing sign-making, large-format digital printing and CAD/CAM for machining, announces the appoint- ment of Bobby Fosson as the firm's channel sales manager for North America. In his new role, Fosson will be driving and developing relationships with SAi's dealer and OEM channel partners, focusing on the provision of com- mercial support and training to sales and technical staff. Dallas-based GSG (Graphic Solutions Group), a supplier to the screen, sign, digital imaging and embroidery industries, names Manuel Garza as branch manager at the company's Austin, Texas, location. Garza comes to the role with eight years of service at the company and is responsible for developing and managing the branch's staff as well as ensur- ing the warehouse is safe and compliant. Garza also oversees key performance indicators and reviews overall sales revenues at the Austin facility. Shawnee, Kansas-based Nazdar SourceOne, a screen and digital inks equipment and sup- plies provider, announces the promotion of Rob Coleman to vice president of the textile busi- ness unit. In this new role, Coleman will provide strategic leadership for the unit's sales team located through the U.S. and Mexico. With 20 years of industry experience, Coleman joined Nazdar as a segment marketing manager in 2012, and was promoted to regional sales man- ager–textile business unit in 2016. Carson, California-based DSA Phototech, designers and manufacturers of LED light boxes, digital menu boards and digital signage enclo- sures, announces Michael Morelli as its new vice president of business development. Morelli has nearly three decades of experience in the lighting industry. Statesville, North Carolina-based 3A Composites, a graphic display rigid substrate manufacturer, announces the appointment of Pete Mir as its new director of Latin American sales. Mir will manage sales of the company's products to both the graphic display and architectural markets in Mexico and South and Central America. Mir will be relocating from Guadalajara, Mexico, to Miami, Florida in late-2018. Ventura, California-based SloanLED, a supplier of indoor and outdoor LED products, announces the hiring of Daniel Bunch to be the company's new director of sales, national accounts. The company says that in his new position, Bunch will lead SloanLED's global specification efforts aimed at Fortune 500 strategic brand owners, specifiers and major sign companies. Bunch comes to SloanLED with more than 10 years of leadership experience with GE Lighting and GE Capital. Emigsville, Pennsylvania-based Herculite, which makes vinyl-laminated fabric products, announces the realignment and expansion of its Bantex Digital Media team. The com- pany says Dan Dix, who has been with Herculite since 2003, is transition- ing from business manager of Bantex Digital Media to business manager of product development and innovation. In addition, Bill Foster, a regional sales manager with Herculite, will move into the role of national sales manager for Bantex digital media. Foster will lead brand development as well as head up sales and collateral support for the network of Bantex digital media distributors. Kennesaw, Georgia-based Tharstern, which spe- cializes in MIS software for the print, wide-format, packaging and label industries, announces the appointment of 20-year print veteran Chris Burn as its new product manager, a newly created role. The company says the new role was created in response to the continued growth of the company, its expan- sion into the U.S.A. and a number of new developments to their MIS solution. Lenexa, Kansas-based Better Life Technology, a manufacturer of vinyl and vinyl-like materials used in a variety of applications, including as a print media, announces the hiring of Chad Andrews as vice president of sales. Andrews comes to his new company after 22 years at North Carolina's Armacell, where he spent the majority of his time in sales. Wide-format printer manufacturer Agfa Graphics, based in Belgium but with U.S. operations in Elmwood Park, New Jersey, announces the hiring of Brent Murray as national account manager, newspapers. Murray's position is a new one—cre- ated to serve what the company says is a grow- ing customer base. In his new role Murray will report to Mike Phillips, vice president of newspapers. Caldwell, Ohio-based Magnum Tapes & Films, a manufacturer of adhesive tapes and films, announces the hiring of Dave Hagen as its new director of sales. Hagen brings nearly 25 years experience in industrial tape sales, including senior sales leadership positions, his new company says. In his new role Hagen will lead a team of technical sales pros, working with prospects and customers to qualify and use Magnum's rubber and acrylic lines of high-quality pressure sensitive adhesive tapes and PSA vinyl films. Spain-based digital signage company Deneva announces the appointment of Viola Roseby as its new business development manager. Roseby will be serving the company's markets in North and Latin America. Roseby comes to her new role with more than 20 years of experience in digital signage, having served various sales roles throughout North and South America. SDG

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