JOHN LAMON TO BUILD STRATEGIC ENTERPRISE RELATIONSHIPS AS CLIENT BASE DIVERSIFIES AND GROWS
(Annapolis Junction, MD – September 9, 2020) – Print and communications industry leader, Ironmark announces the appointment of John Lamon as Business Development Director, in its plan to continue diversification and growth of its enterprise business.
Most recently, leading the sales team at G&G Outfitters, Lamon provided consultation on employee, sales and marketing products to clients in industries from professional sports to educational institutions, human resources recruitment, mechanical engineering and more.
Lamon adds to Ironmark 35 years’ experience as a recognition and branded merchandise consultant, as well as his deep-rooted relationships with Fortune 500 companies nationwide. His appointment is part of the company’s plan for continued expansion into enterprise companies with new, high-impact service lines such as strategic consultancy, digital automation and multi-unit franchise marketing and operations solutions.
“Over the last several years, I had noticed Ironmark gaining prominence among the area’s best and most promising businesses. Their growth and success appealed to my ambitious nature, and I’m thrilled to be a part of their winning team,” Lamon said.
Ironmark president, Matt Marzullo remarked, “I’m excited about John joining the team, as we leverage his extensive business development experience to identify and implement sales and operational changes that will meet our growth goals. This is an important step for Ironmark as we further position ourselves as a leader in seamless print and digital communications for businesses in the Mid-Atlantic.”
For over 60 years, Ironmark, an industry-leader in print and digital communications in the Mid-Atlantic, has specialized in creative design, digital and offset printing, large format print, along with digital marketing, promotional products, e-commerce and logistics solutions. Ironmark operates out of a 78,000 square foot facility in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. Through acquisition, rock-solid relationships and pure, home-grown hard work, Ironmark has grown from an $8m print company in 2010 to the $36m Image Company it is today. Go to ironmarkusa.com for more information.