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December '14

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • December 2014 • 87 On the Move Market research and strategic consulting firm InfoTrends, Weymouth, Massachuses, announces the appointment of print industry veteran Steve Urmano as director of wide-format printing consulting services. In his role Urmano will develop InfoTrends' annual global market forecasts and quarterly trackers for the wide-format printing market. In addition, he will be responsible for writing analysis and conducting primary and custom research, bringing his extensive market experi- ence to the large body of work that InfoTrends has completed in the wide format market. Moultonboro, New Hampshire-based printer manufac- turer Novus Imaging announces the appointment of Guy Cipresso as vice president of sales and business develop- ment. Cipresso brings more than 15 years' experience in the sign and digital graphics industry, where he served in vari- ous senior-level positions in sales with companies including Universal Laser, EFI and Mutoh. San Diego, California-based printer manufacturer Seiko Instruments U.S.A. has named Dennis Stevenson as director of sales, North America. Stevenson had been a regional manager for the graphics division at Fujifilm Graphic Systems, overseeing a region of 28 states. At Seiko Instruments U.S.A., he is responsible for leading the overall sales efforts and co-managing the business plan for the ColorPainter and Jetrix product lines in North America. New Jersey-based cuing equipment manufacturer Colex Finishing announces its move into a new 16,000-square-foot build- ing that doubles its space to accommodate growth. e company's new home is in Elmwood Park, New Jersey just seven miles from Paramus, New Jersey, where it had been for 42 years. Company presi- dent Werner Waden says the move will help meet the increasing demand for its own Colex Sharpcut Flatbed Cuers. e extra space allowed the purchase of more equipment to help it produce more of its wide-format flatbed cuers simultaneously. UK-based see-through window films maker Contra Vision Ltd., announces that it has named Roger Hill as the new managing director of Contra Vision Ltd. and Contra Vision Supplies Ltd. as well as the new president of Contra Vision North America Inc. Roland Hill, the firm's current chairman and managing director, remains as chairman and director of IP, innovation and technology. If you have photos that are too high of a resolution to attach, please send them separately to mdixon@nbm.com. Be a Part of the Top Signage Publication in the Industry Showcase your work in Sign & Digital Graphics. Share with us your best vehicle, building, watercraft and specialty wraps and we'll get them published in the magazine as soon as we can. Don't let that masterful job go underappreciated. Simply go to our website sdgmag.com/ wrap-submission and fill out the requested information and attach your photos where prompted and we'll take care of everything. We can't wait to see what you have to show us. Wraps Submissions: SDG

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