Dynabrade, Inc., Promotes Steve Briggs

Dynabrade Promotes Steve Briggs

As global key accounts manager, Briggs will address the changing operational needs of large trading partners and position Dynabrade for long-term global sales growth and sustained profitability.

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Dynabrade, Inc., has announced the promotion of Steve Briggs to global key accounts manager.

Briggs has moved up through the company from territory sales representative to product manager and, most recently, director of international sales. His 19 years of experience, combined with his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, make him the perfect fit for this newly created, high-profile sales and management position.

“I am excited to take on the challenges of this newly created position at Dynabrade,” Briggs said.

Briggs will have direct responsibility for Key Accounts, addressing the changing operational needs of large trading partners and positioning Dynabrade for long-term global sales growth and sustained profitability.

Dynabrade, Inc.
Fax: 716-631-2073Contact: Bill Koslowski

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