Espen Technology Announces Three Management Changes

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July 19, 2021

LED lighting solutions manufacturer Espen Technology has announced three changes to its sales management team.

Flemming Jensen (left), previously was Vice President of the Central and South Regions, has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing. Flemming brings over 40 years of industry experience in the distribution, ESCO, and agent markets. He will focus on continuing Espen’s top line growth, in the coming years.

Jason Samuelian (centre) has been appointed as the new Vice President, Western Region. Jason has almost 20 years in the lighting industry, and has held jobs with major distributors, manufacturers and ESCOs. Jason will lead growth for Espen, in the Western U.S. and Canada.

John Clancy (right), who previously held the Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing position, will be staying on at Espen, as the new Vice President, National Accounts. John will lead growth in key national accounts, including distributors and ESCOs.

Espen Technology Inc. designs and manufactures high quality, high performance linear LED lighting components. With operations and facilities across the world, Espen Technology offers competitive products with the highest quality. Headquartered in Southern California, Espen Technology offers personalized sales, expert technical support, and efficient logistics to all of its customers; www.EspenTech.com

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