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Scott Leslie Named New President Of Renkus-Heinz
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Renkus-Heinz has announced the appointment of Scott Leslie to the position of president.

Leslie comes to Renkus-Heinz from JBL Professional, where he served as vice president of engineering. His industry background includes stints at a wide range of technology leaders including Sun Microsystems, Tektronix, and Altec Lansing.

Leslie is also founder of Evidant Corporation, providers of business intelligence for IT solutions, where he has held executive level positions since 2002.

He joins Renkus-Heinz as the company is experiencing unprecedented growth, with a substantial surge in sales and significant growth in its engineering staff.

Leslie’s new position will see him spearheading that continued expansion, working closely with company founder and chairman Harro Heinz.

“Scott brings with him a wealth of experience in business and marketing, combined with a deep understanding of today’s complex technologies,” states Heinz. “He is the ideal person to assume this position at a very exciting time for us.”

“Renkus-Heinz is one of our industry’s legendary success stories, built on innovation and great leadership,” Leslie adds. “My new position represents the opportunity to bring together everything I’ve learned throughout my career, to bring Renkus-Heinz to an even greater level of success.”


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