Linda Campbell, ENTEK’s Director of Sales, has been named a charter member of the Plastics News Advisory Board for ‘Women Breaking the Mold’ (for more information go to http://www.plasticsnews.com/women-breaking-the-mold). This newly-formed group held its first-ever conference May 1 in Chicago.
According to Plastics News this new network is being formed to ‘educate, mentor and empower women in plastics . . . and is a community dedicated to the professional development of female executives in the plastics industry.”
“I’m honored to be one of the seven women chosen by Plastics News to serve on the WBM Advisory Board,” said Linda. “I’m happy to provide advice and help mentor young women who want to succeed in their plastics industry careers.”
ENTEK’s Marketing and Business Development Manager, Tammy Straw, is a member of the Plastics Industry Association’s NPE2018 ‘Attendee Acquisition Committee’. In this role she works with other committee members to strategize on the best methods to promote the show to generate record attendance, which is being held May 7-11, 2018 in Orlando, Florida.
Tammy attended the recent NPE Space Draw in Orlando to both help answer questions for exhibitors choosing their booth space, and to choose ENTEK’s space for the upcoming show. “It was an exciting space draw because the show actually sold out of exhibit space, which was the first time that has happened,” said Tammy (for more information go to http://www.npe.org/article/npe2018-plastics-show-sells-out-exhibit-space-space-draw). “That’s a good sign for our industry and we hope that when the show comes around next year, we see record numbers of attendees.”
Matt is our new Customer/Technical Support lead and ENTEK is using his 22 plus years of service to maintain its top level of customer service. He has been with ENTEK since 1995 when he was hired as an Electrical Panel Builder and in 2003 he moved into a Controls Engineer position. “ENTEK is undoubtedly #1 in customer support in our industry and I am proud to part of this #1 team!”, he said. “ENTEK is only successful if our customers are successful and maintaining a good relationship with our customers is vital to our mission.”
Jason is a Controls Engineer who joined ENTEK in October 2016. He develops customized extruder controls and travels to customer locations for installation assistance and commissioning of new equipment. Based in North Carolina, he was hired to increase ENTEK’s presence on the East Coast, reducing travel time and costs for many of our customers. Jason and his wife spend most of their spare time playing with their two young daughters. He enjoys hiking, camping, mountain biking, cooking, woodworking, playing drums, and listening to music.