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SGIA Welcomes Michael C. Buggé as VP, Sales and Business Development

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The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) is pleased to announce Michael C. Buggé is joining its team as Vice President, Sales & Business Development. Buggé most recently served as Acting General Manager and Vice President, Sales, Glunz & Jensen.

 

The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) is pleased to announce Michael C. Buggé is joining its team as Vice President, Sales & Business Development. Buggé most recently served as Acting General Manager and Vice President, Sales, Glunz & Jensen.

 

“With more than 30 years of successful ventures in the manufacturing of graphic arts prepress equipment for the offset commercial print and flexo packaging markets, Mike brings strategic vision and deep understanding of the printing industry to his new position,” said SGIA President & CEO, Ford Bowers.

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Buggé will work with SGIA members to enhance the value of their memberships through marketing opportunities including event sponsorships, trade show booth sales and SGIA Journal advertising. He’s particularly enthusiastic about the opportunities arising with the advent of PRINTING United, which will address the convergence of markets across the printing industry.

 

“I look forward to meeting the SGIA members and growing our partnership by providing additional value and benefits to their businesses,” Buggé said. “I’m very excited for the opportunity to be joining an organization that has the vision to see and understand the merging of all printing technologies.”

 

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