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Who's News in Sales & Marketing?

A weekly round-up of the latest promotions and executive appoitments in the industry

ImpactRx Names VP of Business Development
Impact Rx has named Mark Degatano vice president of business development, key client initiatives. Degatano¹s most recent position was at Merck, where he served as vice president of U.S. human health customer insights.

Cuneo Named to Mylan VP Post
Mylan has named Andrew G. Cuneo vice president of global business development. Cuneo joins Mylan from Merrill Lynch, where he most recently served as a director in its Global Healthcare Investment Banking group.

Benson Joins Beryl Executive Team
The Beryl Companies, a provider of outsourced call center services to healthcare organizations, has appointed George Benson regional vice president of sales. Prior to joining Beryl, he served as senior vice president of business development for Medseek.

OutStart Names Schulz European VP
OutStart has promoted Matthias Schulz to vice president of European sales, a newly created position. In addition to his new role, Schulz will continue on as managing director of Berlin-based OutStart GmbH.

Six Sigma Leader Joins KKR
KKR has named Arthur (A.J.) Brohinsky as a director responsible for leading the firm's Lean Six Sigma efforts. Brohinsky will join KKR's portfolio operations team, KKR Capstone. Most recently, he served as executive vice president for the software and consulting services company SmartOps.

Magal Names Katz to General Manager/VP Role
Magal Security Systems has announced the appointment of Hagai Katz as general manager of its Magal Israel Division. Katz will also serve as corporate vice president of marketing and products. Most recently, he served as CEO of Transtech Airport Solutions.

Glueck Assumes WESSLING Marketing Role
Justin Glueck has joined the WESSLING Creative Group as associate director of eMarketing. Glueck comes to the San Francisco agency from the UK, where he was a partner in the interactive firm Digital Storm.