RGB Spectrum announces new sales director for Europe

Jan. 24, 2023
Ken's dedication and expertise will now be utilized across Europe to support customer and partner demand.

RGB Spectrum announced the appointment of a new sales director to cover Europe, Ken Pefkaros.

As a 20-year veteran of the RGB Spectrum team, Ken is transitioning to this new role from marketing. Initially domiciled in San Francisco, he will be establishing a new office in Paris later this year.

Ken has a wealth of experience within the industry and intimate knowledge of our product portfolio. His dedication and expertise will now be utilized across Europe to support customer and partner demand. Bob Marcus, president of RGB Spectrum shares, “Ken’s broad range of experience in business development and project management is a welcome addition to our international team. I’m confident that he will play a significant role for our clients in his region.”

Ken will be attending the upcoming ISE 2023 Exhibition in Barcelona, Spain. Please stop by RGB Spectrum’s booth #3K850 to meet him in person. Contact Ken directly by phone: +33187218860 (international) or 415-505-4388 (U.S. domestic) or email him directly at ken.pefkaros@rgb.com.  

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