Epson Gains Further Momentum with Promotion of Joseph Contreras as Head of Sales

Epson America announces new head of sales, Joseph Contreras
Epson America announces new head of sales, Joseph Contreras

With the appointment of Joseph Contreras as head sales, Epson is promising continued change and innovation.

Joseph Contreras has a very impressive resume. He’s been in the industry for over two decades and is responsible for boosting sales at the company, which speaks volumes about his abilities as an executive,

In his new role, Contreras will be tasked with revenue growth strategies especially for Epson’s portfolio of PrecisionCore A3 and MFP printers. He also takes on print management solutions as part of his responsibility.

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The incoming head of sales is responsible for overseeing and inside sales groups. He will also be in charge of channel marketing teams that work with dealerships to deliver tangible value, as well as push the company towards new heights.

“Over the past four years, we have built a solid foundation for Epson’s office print business in North America,” said Contreras. “The core value of our technology resonates with dealers as they look to disrupt and differentiate with revolutionary printing solutions while delivering an exceptional service experience to their clients. I’m honored to lead the charge as we continue to accelerate the shift in the market to simple, smart printing solutions with PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology™.”

Joseph Contreras is a well-known and respected member of the marketing team. He was previously employed as Commercial Marketing Executive, where he led all commercial operations from this role.

He’s an expert in marketing strategies, channel programs and business development, providing his leadership to Toshiba America Business Solutions before joining the Epson team.

Mark Mathews, vice president of Commercial Sales and Marketing for Epson America, praised Contreras’ work with the company.

“Joe has played a pivotal role in the establishment and success of the Business Inkjet organization,” he said. “He was a natural choice to lead the sales team given his track record in the industry, strong skills, and proven success in the BTA channel.”

“Through his leadership, I am confident that we will continue a rapid growth trajectory and in establishing Epson as a dominant force in the office print segment of the market,” Matthews added.

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Edward Campbell

A loving father of three and currently runs his business in San Francisco. He graduated with a degree on Business Administration and Master’s Degree in Public Administration. His dedication to marketing and human resource pushes him to be a freelance writer and, motivational speaker and an educator.

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