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Linx strengthens product development team

  • Linx Printing Technologies
Machinery, Printing, Labelling Machinery, Printing, Product Development Services

Coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has appointed Zoe Baxendale as Senior Product Marketing Manager.

Reporting to Director of Product Planning Steve Cheek, Zoe will be responsible for the ongoing development and enhancement of the company's Thermal Transfer, Large Character Marking and Thermal Inkjet printer ranges, as well as its supporting software products.

Zoe has wide-ranging experience in product management, product marketing and business development, with particular expertise in identifying market opportunities and driving innovation and growth. She joins from Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems, where she was Senior Market Development Manager.

"We are delighted to welcome Zoe to Linx", comments Steve Cheek. "The company has a strong record for new product development and innovation and Zoe's experience will be invaluable in helping us to achieve continued success and growth."

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  • Modified 29 Oct 2015
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