Former HP general manager to promote adoption of SunJet inks
Laura Cory has been named president of Sun Chemical's digital business unit. Cory will oversee Sun Chemical's current $50 million digital business annual revenue and will seek to increase Sun Chemical's market position in inkjet ink, toners, and pigment dispersions.
This includes promoting Sun Chemical's SunJet? brand of inks, while developing an aggressive strategic plan. She will operate out of the San Francisco Bay Area and report to Dr. David Hill, Sr. Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Sun Chemical.
Cory joins the company from Hewlett-Packard where she most recently served as the General Manager, Strategy and Emerging Solutions within its Enterprise Solutions business. At Hewlett-Packard she also was General Manager, Digital Hardcopy Services and then moved to General Manager, Electronic Publishing Services before advancing to her most recent position. Prior to her employment at HP she was she was vice president of marketing for Desktop Document Systems with Xerox. (Sun Chemical: www.sunchemical.com)
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