Domino Digital Printing North America Makes Updates Within Sales Organization
Emily Kroll, Digital Printing Account Manager whose territory included Mid-West and Ohio Valley states has transitioned to the Southeast region beginning July 1. Emily joined Domino in 2018 and has 17+ years’ experience in the label & packaging market, with the last 10 years being spent in Digital Printing. Prior to Domino, Emily was Business Director at Durst Image Technology US for four years, where she was responsible for Sales, Marketing, and Business Development of their Label & Specialty Packaging Division. Previously, she held Sales Management positions with Colordyne Technologies and Memjet. She is well versed in both water-based & UV inkjet printing technologies. Emily had also spent several years in the thermal transfer industry holding various positions with IIMAK.
Patrick LaMourie, Digital Solutions Manager, has transitioned to the role of Digital Printing Account Manager for the Mid-West and Ohio Valley states that Emily had covered. This transition took place on July 1. Patrick has over 29 years’ experience in Printing, Graphics, and Color Management. Patrick has been with Domino for seven years. Prior to his promotion in 2017 to Digital Solutions Manger, Patrick was Digital Print Applications Engineer. Before joining Domino, Patrick was with EFI in the roles of Applications Engineer and Applications Specialist.
Mike Agahee joined Domino on July 1 as Digital Printing Account Manager for the Southwest region. Based in California, Mike comes to Domino with over 30 years’ experience in the Graphic Arts industry, with positions held at Agfa, Fujifilm, X-Rite, Presstek, Man Roland, and Indigo. Most recently he held the role of Offset Account Manager at Agfa since 2017. The past three decades of success highlights Mike’s expertise in managing all sales related activities and ROI analysis in capital equipment sales and supplies to help customers achieve their business objectives.
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