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  • 13 Feb 2020

Marc Levine joins GMG Americas as director of business development

Marc Levine

Marc Levine will join GMG Americas as director of business development, effective February 17th. Levine will be working as part of GMG Americas' senior management team to expand adoption of GMG technology into dealers and end users across all marketing segments.

Levine has nearly 25 years of experience with products that are built on color across different print verticles, including wide format printing, commercial printing, and packaging. Levine most recently comes from Schawk, where he was director of the enterprise print quality program. Previously, he was director of business development at the Color Management Group, where he worked with manufacturer partners, resellers, and costumers on strategic sales and marketing programs to improve business performance based on color technology products. Levine also held technical and sales roles at X-Rite and NUR Macroprinters. 

 

Levine holds a bachelor's degree in graphic design from Northeastern University, with additional studies in figure study and photography at Scoula del Verde. He is a published author and regular contributor to the industry through groups such as Idealliance Print Properties. 

 

'With Marc, the first word that comes to mind is credibility; he has enormous respect amongst his peers and colleagues. Certainly, he has the gravitas to persuasively communicate the GMG value proposition across any organization,' said Joe Varone, GMG Americas president. 'Marc has a great ability to take technical gaps in products, customer and market needs and build the appropriate solutions to deliver maximum value. With this talent, he will help to build new marketing campaigns speaking the language of color with expert fluency, proper talk tracks, targeted to the right people and to the correct marketing segments. His breadth of capabilities will help take us to the next level.' 

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