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Press Release | 9 Apr 2010 | Germany
Gerd Günther joins Novaled Management Board
Gerd Günther, Novaled Vice President Marketing & Sales, has been appointed a member of the Novaled Management Board.
In 1989 Gerd achieved his diploma in business administration at the Nuremberg Hochschule, with specialisation in Marketing. Gerd then spent two years as Marketing Assistant at Medicare Pfrimmer in Erlangen.
In 1991 Gerd joined Grundig AG in Fuerth, starting an impressive career as "Product Manager for Portable Audio". Three years later he took over the position of the "General Manager of the Grundig Hong Kong Office", where under his responsibility the Business Unit Portable Audio was developed into high profitability.
Having returned to Fuerth in 1997, Gerd held the functions "Head of Group Marketing Audio/Hifi", "General Manager Marketing Sound and Car Audio" as well as "Director Marketing, Consumer Electronics", driving the product management and sales activities of the Consumer Electronic division. Gerd joined Novaled in March 2005 as VP Marketing and Sales.
"Novaled has demonstrated its capacity to become a recognized OLED world leader in the past years" says Thilo von Selchow, Novaled Chairman, "with the OLED display market taking off it is the appropriate time for Gerd to join the Management Board".
"I am delighted to have Gerd joining the Management Board" says Gildas Sorin, Novaled CEO "since his arrival at Novaled Gerd has demonstrated his capability to develop the business of the company. As a member of the Management Board I am very confident that he will reinforce his contribution to the Novaled growth."
for more visit: www.novaled.com .
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