Ironmark Names Senior Vice President of Sales

Ironmark's roots begin in 1955, when they were known as Frank Gumpert Printing.

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Annapolis Junction, Maryland-based Ironmark, which serves multiples industries throughout the Mid-Atlantic region with services such as branding, all types of graphics production and large-format printing, among other services, announces the appointment of Scott Kravitz as its new senior vice president of sales. He replaces Mark Marzullo, who was recently promoted to the position of company president.

In his new role, Kravitz will be responsible for the alignment and communication between sales, marketing, clients and vendors, with the goal of helping clients discover and take advantage of all of the services that Ironmark has to offer. He will also work to develop leadership talent across the organization and advance important partnerships across the industry.

As SVP, he joins the company’s executive team and will help lead the company’s growth through acquisition and building out service offerings.

Kravitz previously served as President at Mount Vernon Printing in Laurel, Maryland. Kravitz began his career at his family’s print business, New Jersey’s Maxwell Graphic Arts, many years ago, and his background includes sales, marketing, and operations.

“We’re excited to bring in a seasoned print professional with a strong background in talent acquisition, sales and marketing like Scott,” says Marzullo. “With a strong commitment to Ironmark’s growth culture and values, and a strategic approach to leadership, Scott’s vast network and experience with growing businesses will be of great value to our employees, our partners and especially our clients.”

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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