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Danna Drion is Mimaki’s new Senior Marketing Manager

Danna Drion is Mimaki’s new Senior Marketing Manager

Danna Drion has joined Mimaki ‘s marketing team as Senior Marketing Manager for the EMEA region.

 Prior to joining Mimaki Europe, Danna served as Director of Marketing for Pyramid Analytics, a recognised innovator in business intelligence, and also spent a number of years in the open source software business, working for companies such as Red Hat, Oracle, BEA Systems, British Telecom and MCI/WorldCom.

Commenting on her new role, Danna, who graduated from the University of Amsterdam with degrees in Business Economics and Marketing, said: “I’ve been impressed with Mimaki’s ability to rapidly introduce a large number of exciting and innovative products, as well as its range of printing and cutting solutions. I’m aiming to balance Mimaki’s local and international interests with ensuring that our growing partner network receives the training necessary for their continued success and that of their customers. 2018 will be an exciting year!”

Ronald van den Broek, General Manager Sales at Mimaki Europe, said: “In addition to her strong marketing background, Danna will also bring deep knowledge and expertise in business intelligence and data analytics, thus helping us to further strengthen our marketing efforts and customer relationships. She joins us at a very opportune time and has the right experience and knowledge to make significant contributions to the organisation. But the truly deciding factor was her background as an inspirational, motivational and strategic manager for companies, both large and small. I know she will add real value to our marketing efforts and more.”

Mimaki is exclusively distributed in the UK and Ireland by Hybrid Services and full details on its range of products, including printers, cutters, software and inks, can be found at www.hybridservices.co.uk

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