Mitsubishi Promotes Two Execs


Irvine, Calif. - Mitsubishi Digital Electric America said Wednesday that it has promoted James Chan to its professional visual systems division marketing VP, and Brandon Tarnow to brand manager.

"Both James and Brandon have played outstanding roles in Mitsubishi's growth over the years, and I'm confident they'll continue to excel in their new responsibilities," said Shoichi Suwa, Professional Visual Systems business unit.

Chan now oversees product and brand marketing as well as marketing communications for MDEA projectors, professional-grade LCD monitors, display wall products, and medical and photo printers.

Chan joined Mitsubishi in 1999 as product manager for projectors, was later promoted to director and subsequently senior product marketing director.

Prior to Mitsubishi, he worked at Panasonic and Viewsonic.

Tarnow is charged with increasing brand and product awareness for Mitsubishi Professional Visual System's products using digital media such as websites, search engines, digital advertising, web applications, social media etc., as well as building a virtual community of systems integrators, retailers, and end users.

He began at Mitsubishi in early 2008 as senior product marketing specialist, brought products from Japan and developed marketing strategies appropriate for America.

Tarnow came to Mitsubishi from Emerging Display Technologies, where he served as marketing coordinator.


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