XAAR appoints Chris Morgan as Non-Executive Director
Xaar has appointed Chris Morgan as Non-Executive Director. He will join the Board of Directors at Xaar from 4th January 2016.
Chris brings with him a wealth of expertise in managing complex international technology businesses, having spent 25 years at HP, Inc. His HP career encompassed more than 15 years of diverse senior executive roles, including WW Sales and Marketing leadership for HP’s entire printing business and Senior Vice President of Graphic Solutions, where he had end-to-end global general management responsibility for HP’s multibillion dollar portfolio of digital printing and packaging press, signage and display, large format design, 3D, and specialty printing solutions and services.
Chris also has a strong background in global marketing and general management roles, having previously spent 11 years living and working in Asia for HP. He has led strategic investments in key growth markets, such as China and India, and has established channel networks, and customer service and supply chain capabilities in growth markets. He has also been involved in a number of mergers and acquisitions at both the strategic and operational levels and was a board member for an HP-Softbank PC-related joint venture in Japan. In addition, he recently served as Chief Marketing Officer for Stratasys, until June of 2015, where he was responsible for marketing 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions globally.
Phil Lawler, Xaar’s Chairman, welcomesd Chris saying, “We are delighted that Chris is joining Xaar’s Board and look forward to his help in guiding the Company at this important period in our 25 year history.”
Echoing Phil’s comments, Doug Edwards, Xaar’s CEO, said: “I am pleased to welcome Chris to Xaar. His extensive international experience and market knowledge will aid Xaar’s growth in new and emerging applications for digital inkjet printing.”
The appointment of Chris to Xaar’s Board will prove a very positive start to 2016 for the Company. Commenting on his appointment, Chris said: “Xaar is well positioned to take advantage of a number of growth opportunities in the digital print market over the next few years and I’m very pleased to be joing the company at this important time.”
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