Greenleaf Appoints Director of Sales Director for Europe, Middle East, Africa

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Dr. Robert Damaschek has industry leadership experience in Eastern Europe and Russia.


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Greenleaf Corp. has appointed Dr. Robert Damaschek as Director of Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EAMA). He is responsible for managing Greenleaf Europe B.V., Greenleaf’s European sales office, and will report directly to Bernie McConnell, Executive Vice President – Commercial.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Damaschek worked 11 years at Kennametal where he served in global product management, sales and business leadership roles, including Managing Director of Eastern and Southeastern Europe and Russia, and as member of the European Leadership Team. According to Greenleaf, he was instrumental in developing, launching and leading Kennametal’s strategy in the region from 2008-2014; revenue is said to have tripled under his leadership.

Dr. Damaschek is based in Germany. 


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