Konica Minolta’s Christian Mastrodonato Named a 2018 Young Influencer
RAMSEY, N.J. - July 6, 2018 - Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. announced that Chief Technologist for Workplace Hub Christian Mastrodonato has been identified as a Young Influencer for 2018 by The Cannata Report, the leading intelligence resource for business technology and imaging solutions resellers.
The Young Influencers recognition initiative began five years ago with a goal of acknowledging, highlighting, and promoting young people performing critical roles within the business technology, managed services, and imaging industry.
Mastrodonato joined Konica Minolta in 2014 as a Chief Technologist and Service Lab Manager at a time when the company was setting up its Business Innovation Center in Europe. Since that time, Mastrodonato’s journey has come to reflect how Konica Minolta has worked towards, and achieved, its transformation as a leading provider of IT services and commercial print solutions.
“I’m truly honored to receive this recognition from The Cannata Report,” said Mastrodonato. “I can only add that the level of cross-team collaboration, open communication, and an organization staffed with talented colleagues is what made this all possible.”
Mastrodonato joins Rick Taylor, President and Chief Executive Officer of Konica Minolta, in his recognition by The Cannata Report. Taylor has been honored as Best Male Executive by The Cannata Report for a record 11 years, most recently in 2017. Taylor’s accolades from The Cannata Report are determined by its Annual Dealer Survey, now in its 33rd year.
Kay Fernandez, Senior Vice President, Marketing, at Konica Minolta added, “Christian Mastrodonato and Rick Taylor reflect how our culture encourages innovative thinking, perseverance, and the freedom to explore new ideas at Konica Minolta that produce the high-quality business solutions our customers have come to expect.”
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