Jim Hall Joins Staco Energy Products as Marketing Manager


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Dayton, OH - Dec 8, 2010 - Jim Hall has joined Staco Energy Products Company as marketing manager. He is responsible for all strategic and tactical marketing, with primary responsibility for development of a brand and communication strategy for power quality and UPS products. Prior to joining Staco, Hall served as strategic manager for IT markets for Liebert, Emerson Network Power.

He is the president of Blade Systems Alliance, an industry association focused on accelerating development and adoption of blade server technologies. He has held various positions with Liebert as well as management positions with Marconi (formerly RELTEC), American Power Conversion and Antec. A graduate of General Electric's Manufacturing and Raytheon's Advanced Management Programs, he holds a bachelor of science degree from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from the University of Illinois, Champaign.




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