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Elenos USA Hires Seidler for North American Sales
Miami - Mar 16, 2012 - FM transmitter manufacturer Elenos USA has hired Mary Ann Seidler as US sales director. Seidler will lead the company's expansion into North American.
Seidler likes the company's innovative and forward-thinking spirit, noting that the factory is powered by solar panels. She also agreed with the company's plan to build a U.S.-based customer and technical support infrastructure before venturing into the North American market.
Seidler began her broadcasting career as a news and sportscaster. She then transitioned to the sales side of the business, developing considerable technical expertise in the process. She was with Telos Systems for 11 years, serving as director of European and international sales. Most recently she was vice president of North American sales for Tieline Technology.
Contact Mary Ann Seidler at 305-799-5571 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elenos Group was founded in Italy in 1977. Today, Elenos operates actively in more than 83 countries, with more than 38,000 transmitters sold.
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