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62 • July 2018 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Mimo Monitors, makers of interactive touchscreens and monitors with facilities in Princeton, New Jersey; Libertyville, Illinois; and in the Netherlands, announces its hiring of its first-ever chief marketing officer, Michael Campagna. Campagna brings more than 25 years of industry experience to his new position. Most recently, he was president and chief operating officer for Peerless Industries Inc., makers of audio and video mounting solutions for both commercial and home use. Roselle, Illinois-based screen printing equipment manufacturer The M&R Companies, announces that industry veteran Danny Sweem has been named as the company's next CEO. Sweem takes over the role from current CEO and founder Rich Hoffman beginning June 4, 2018. Sweem comes to the posi- tion with extensive experience in the screen-printing industry, most recently with Nazdar SourceOne. Avon Lake, Ohio-based PolyOne Corp., makers of specialized polymers and thermoplastic products used in a variety of industries, including signage and screen printing, announces the appointment of Michael Garratt as interim president of spe- cialty engineered materials (SEM). Garratt replaces current division president Craig Nikrant. Garratt comes to the role with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. His career with PolyOne dates back to 2013 when he joined the organization as president of performance products and solutions. The Warrenton, Virginia-based nonprofit trade organization Digital Signage Federation, announces newly elected leadership for the organization's European branch—DSF Europe. Dirk Huelsermann, managing director of Stratacache Capital, is chairman emeritus of DSF Europe. The new DSF Europe leadership Huelsermann announced include the new president, Simon Jackson, who is vice president, strategic and vertical sales EMEA, for NEC Display Solutions; and the new vice president, Leif Liljebrunn, who is president and CEO of ZetaDisplay AB. New York City-based Kinetic, an out-of-home advertising agency that connects brands with their target audiences, announces the promo- tion of two of its leaders, Michael Lieberman and Cedric Bernard, to the roles of Co-CEO. They replace David Krupp, who has left the agency. Bernard has been with Kinetic North America since July 2013. The management team will remain in place, the company says, working closely with the new Co-CEOs. They include Maureen McCloskey, Jaime Byrdak, Susan Page and Karin Baatsch-Deboulet. Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based JDS Industries, a supplier of components to the awards, gifts and promotion and sublima- tion markets, welcomes two new members to its team: John Boylan as graphic designer, and Sammy Millar as sublimation specialist. Boylan is the company's fourth graphic designer at its Sioux Falls, South Dakota, location. Millar also joins the Sioux Falls office. She brings several years of experience with customer service, computer and technical skills, and graphic design. Tampa, Florida-based ColDesi, a sup- plier of apparel decorating equipment for the embroidery and direct-to- garment markets, announces two new appointments to its staff. The company names Jerid Hill as product manager for the company's DTG product line and Julie Chapdelaine as sales and supplies consultant. Hill comes to the role with more than a decade of experience in the dec- orated apparel industry, and Chapdelaine comes to her role with more than 25 years of experience in customer service, payroll, and team training. England-based Sabur Digital Textile Solutions, a supplier of digital textile sub- limation equipment and consumables, announces the appointment of Dan Jeffries as the new UV business development manager for its Sabur Ink Systems Ltd. division. Based at the company's Barnsley, England, headquarters, Jeffries now heads up both its industrial and UV ink products lines, and is tasked with growing the company's business in the UK. Chicago-based specialty substrate manu- facturer GPA announces the hiring of JoAnne Antinarella as its new business development man- ager. Antinarella comes to GPA with more than 30 years experience in the printing and graphic arts industry. She will be serving GPA's customers in Maryland, Washington D.C., northern Virginia and south- central Pennsylvania. Antinarella succeeds Kathy Willett, who retired after a 16-year career with GPA serving that region. Charlotte North Carolina- based Biesse, a manufacturer of CNC machinery, announces several staff additions. Michelle Landry, the com- pany's North American HR manager for the past 15 years, has been named North American corporate recruiting manager and Elizabeth Valentin joins the company to fill the role Landry is leaving behind. Jim Johnston has been appointed new territory sales rep- resentative and will be representing the company in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. The company also announces the hiring of area manager Jorge Gari, based in Brooksville, Florida, who will be responsible for selling Biesse's complete line of products and solutions throughout the state of Florida. On The Move C O N T I N U E D F R O M P A G E 4 5 Huelsermann Landry Johnston Valentin Gari Boylan Millar Hill Chapdelaine

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