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OKI makes ANZ appointment

OKI makes ANZ appointment

Antonio Leone joins the team

OKI has announced the appointment of Antonio Leone as the company's new marketing manager for Australia and New Zealand.

Leone has 17 years of experience in IT marketing and product management. He will be responsible for increasing OKI Data’s brand awareness, driving sales lead momentum, and managing partner and alliance marketing, as well as overseeing OKI’s marketing team across the region.

Leone was previously at Acer Computer Australia where he was product business manager. Prior, he spent five years at Epson Australia as business marketing manager with responsibility for consumer inkjet products.

We look forward to the positive impact which Antonio will be contribute by working closely with our sales teams and our partners to drive the company’s marketing strategies, enhance business processes and implement winning communications strategies in support of providing businesses and consumers with the best range of printers," says Dennie Kazuo Kawahara, managing director, OKI Data Australia.

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