Home » Raven Engineered Films Division Adds New Director of Sales and Business Development
Raven Industries Engineered Films Division, an innovative manufacturer of specialty plastic film and sheeting, has named Bart Brown its new director of sales and business development.
Brown brings over 25 years of experience working for a Fortune 200 company in private sector consumer electronics. He has an extensive leadership portfolio in sales and marketing, operations, innovation, and executive strategies. In his new role, Brown will be responsible for developing and executing a sustainable business model to drive sales growth and profits for the division.
"We are excited to welcome Bart to our team. He brings a wealth of experience for providing high-quality solutions that go hand-in-hand with our strong commitment to innovation, quality, and service. This position is critical to the team moving forward as we further expand our current and global business presence," says Anthony Schmidt, vice president and general manager for Raven Industries Engineered Films Division.
Brown will play a key role in the direction of product sales by targeting progressive market solutions, along with the advancement of new business through growth of regional and global account sales. The company says his forward-looking business strategy will encase core Raven values by providing its customers and business partners with cutting-edge product technology, exceptional service, and true value-add products to position them for success in competitive markets.
"Raven was an obvious choice after meeting the team. They are truly committed to solving great challenges, and making a difference through technology and operational excellence. I am very optimistic about playing an integral role in this impressive organization and contributing to their successes," states Brown.
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