I-Connect007 Growth Sparks New Hires: Welcome, Emmy, Albert


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I-Connect007 is proud to welcome Emmy Ross and Albert Liu to the I-Connect007 family. They have been working alongside the rest of the team on some interesting new projects since January and we are excited to formally introduce them to our reader community.

Emmy_Ross.jpgEmmy is returning to the PCB industry and joining the I-Connect007 sales team. Previously the Director of Exhibitions for the SMTA, Emmy worked with local chapters to create and execute tradeshows and conferences to build support and education in the industry. She is very excited to be back and working with fun and genuine people. Emmy values the importance of building and maintaing relationships, which she can attribute to her success in events, sales and marketing. 

Albert_Liu.jpgAlbert will also be joining the IConnect007 sales team. Albert is new to the PCB industry, but he has a background working in the electronics industry and has always had a fascination with all things related to tech. Albert is enjoying his involvement in such an exciting industry. Previously, he worked at BlackBerry as a marketing intern where he was involved with the launch of the PRIV by BlackBerry. Albert assisted in the marketing campaign by setting up demonstration booths and supporting in content creation for the website and internal sales training. Currently, Albert is finishing his last year at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, as a Communication major and Business Administration minor. 

Both Emmy and Albert are looking forward to meeting everyone at the upcoming IPC APEX EXPO Show in Las Vegas.

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