Kodak Names GM, Regional Directors
Eastman Kodak Co. of Rochester, N.Y., has named Gustavo Oviedo general manager of worldwide sales and customer operations, in which position he will oversee the company's Consumer Digital Imaging and Graphic Communications groups. Previously, Oviedo was managing director of the Asia-Pacific region, including its Graphic Communications Group. Before joining Kodak, Oviedo worked for Schneider Electric as manager of logistics, sales and marketing, business development, and mergers and acquisitions. Kodak also has named three regional managing directors for consumer and commercial sales and customer operations: Stephen Green (Asia-Pacific), Michael Korizno (Americas) and John O’Grady (Europe, Africa and the Middle East). Green was previously an Asia-Pacific regional manager and vice president for prepress solutions in the Graphic Communications Group. Korizno, a vice president, previously was a regional general manager for Kodak's Consumer Digital Imaging and Film, and Photofinishing and Entertainment groups. Since 1997, he has held a variety of sales and marketing management positions and previously was a vice president for Sony. O'Grady, also a vice president, previously was a regional managing director of Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He joined Kodak in 1997 and has held a variety of business development, sales and regional management positions for the company after 12 years at the Verbatim Co. All three will report to Oviedo.
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