iPROMOTEu, Wayland, Massachusetts, has hired Jeff Marks as director of business development.
Marks will bring more than 30 years of industry experience to his new role, where he will be responsible for helping distributors and salespeople achieve their business goals through the extensive support and independence provided by iPROMOTEu. He will join the existing business development team in cultivating relationships across the industry that result in business growth and long-term success for iPROMOTEu affiliates.
"I am thrilled to enhance the already high-level industry knowledge and experience of our business development team with the addition of Jeff Marks," said Bob Schwei, senior vice president of business development for iPROMOTEu. "Jeff could have contributed his exceptional talents to any organization, but wanted to tell his story as a former iPROMOTEu affiliate to continue helping promotional product distributors and salespeople achieve their business objectives."
Marks is the former owner of Promotional Considerations in Richmond, Virginia, and most recently served as vice president of business development for MSP Design Group after selling his firm to MSP in 2020. He is also a charter member and former chairman of the Premier Promotional Group. He is well known and widely respected in the industry, and has served on various committees with PPAI, including participating in project L.E.A.D.
"As I have said many times, I have been in the promotional products industry for 30-plus years, and by far, my best and most favorite years are when I was an iPROMOTEu affiliate," Marks said. "I am beyond excited to join iPROMOTEu and share the company's vision to help distributors grow their businesses quickly and profitably."
"The addition of another successful industry veteran such as Jeff Marks is further evidence of iPROMOTEu's desire to be the best distributor organization in the promotional products industry," said Ross Silverstein, founder, president and CEO of iPROMOTEu.
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