Priyanka Rathi joins Monotech, will handle Jetsci Global

Will coordinate Jetsci’s day-to-day marketing activities

Priyanka Rathi, new deputy general manager, marketing and communications for Monotech’s Jetsci Global.
Priyanka Rathi, new deputy general manager, marketing and communications for Monotech’s Jetsci Global.

Monotech Systems, a manufacturer of inkjet products and solutions for the printing and packaging industry, has appointed Priyanka Rathi as deputy general manager, marketing and communications for its brand Jetsci Global. 

With a background in business development, media and marketing, Rathi will coordinate Jetsci’s day-to-day marketing activities to help raise the profile of Jetsci and its services, in addition to developing and strengthening Jetsci Global’s in-house marketing team.

“Over the past 10 years, Jetsci Global has proven that an organization built on innovation can realize its vision and make a difference in the world of the packaging and printing industry. By developing and supplying customized machinery solutions to the world market, Jetsci Global has defied the most popular belief, ‘If something can’t be done, so should not be done ‘,” says Rathi.

Before joining Jetsci Global, Rathi had worked in various business development, media, and marketing positions in both the B2B and consumer sectors. She has worked as a senior manager, media & marketing, in Digistik, a digital unit of Sai Com Codes Flexoprint.

Her prior experience includes working with the Association of Label Printers and Suppliers (ALPS) and the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP).

“Priyanka’s role will help Jetsci Global to effectively convey the business issues we solve, nurture relationships with prospective clients, and communicate our success stories as well as the value we deliver. We view Priyanka’s appointment as a sign of our commitment to being the leading company our prospects have in mind when they need to accelerate Sales or develop their business,” said Jimit Mittal, president, Jetsci Global.

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