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October '19

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2019 • 55 On the Move Fremont, California-based large-format printer and software manufacturer EFI announces the appointment of Jeff Jacobson, a 30-year veteran of the digital imaging and industrial technology sector, to the position of CEO. The company says Jacobson will retain his position as executive chairman. He succeeds Bill Muir, who is stepping down for personal reasons. Prior to joining EFI, Jacobson served as CEO at Xerox. He also served as both president of Xerox's Technology business and president of Xerox's Global Graphic Communications Operations. Prior to joining Xerox in 2012, Jacobson was chairman, president and CEO of Presstek, a leading manufacturer of digital offset printing solutions. Washington D.C.-based Sensory Interactive, which specializes in experiential digital platforms that may include LED walls, billboards and interactive kiosks, announces that Craig Henderson has joined the company as a senior growth manager. In his new role, Henderson will work with the company's current and potential clients to find ways to increase the value of their real estate assets by using technology to generate revenue and deliver engaging visitor experiences. Spencer, Massachusetts-based FLEXcon, a manufacturer of pressure-sensitive films and adhesive products, says Aziz Gdihi has jointed the company as its new vice president of supply chain for FLEXcon North America. Gdihi brings a wealth of global knowledge and experience to his new role, according to FLEXcon North America president, Lavon Winkler. Palo Alto, California-based HP announces a changing of the guard at the top, as Dion Weisler says he is stepping away from his position of president and CEO due to a "family health matter." He will be stepping down Nov. 1 and ultimately returning home to his native Australia. Enrique Lores, currently president of HP's Imaging, Printing and Solutions business, will take over Weisler's positions. Weisler says he'll continue to work with Lores to ensure a seamless transition through January 2020. Following this, Weisler will continue to serve on HP's board of directors until the next annual meeting of stockholders. Weisler joined HP in 2012 and has served as president and CEO since 2015. HP has added approximately $7 billion in annual revenue, generated more than $13 billion in free cash flow, and has met or exceeded its non-GAAP EPS guidance for 15 consecutive quarters since the split of the Hewlett-Packard company in 2015. Weisler Lores SDG

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