Colorjet appoints Michele Riva as sales director

Will handle EMEA, LAM and NAM markets

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Michele Riva as Sales director | Colorjet
Michele Riva, the new Sales director of Colorjet

The ColorJet Group, a leading manufacturer of digital textile printers, has taken on board Michele Riva as Sales director, tasked with expanding operations in the EMEA(Europe, the Middle East and Africa, LAM (Latin America) and NAM (northern America) Markets. With more than 25 years of experience in leading industrial international businesses, Michele will spearhead the development and implementation of ColorJet’s sales strategy, collaborating closely with the Sales Channel teams to create innovative solutions that cater to the evolving needs of the market.

He will report to Arun Varshney, vice-president and Global Business Head. Michele brings extensive experience in textile printing processes, including digital printing and expertise in different types of fabrics and textile machines. Before joining ColorJet, Michele served as the Global Sales director at BOBST, EFI, and Reggiani, leading the sales teams and providing tailored solutions to customers. Michele has also held sales roles at various other companies in the textile industry.

Arun Varshney, vice-president and Global Business head, ColorJet Group
Arun Varshney, vice-president and Global Business head, ColorJet Group

Arun Varshney, vice-president and Global Business head, ColorJet Group welcomed Michele to its leadership team. “We are looking forward to leveraging his expertise and experience to drive growth and success in the global market. With its strategic vision and leadership, ColorJet Textile aims to continue and position itself as a key player in the textile industry on a global scale. On his appointment, Michele said, “I am thrilled to join the ColorJet Group during this significant moment. With their unwavering commitment to customer service and cutting-edge products, ColorJet is poised for growth in the textile industry.

I eagerly look forward to working with the team and expanding our presence across the globe.” Founded in 1995, the ColorJet Group from India is one of the top global exporters of wide-format printers and provides complete sustainable fabric printing solutions. ColorJet’s digital textile machines are revolutionizing the world of textile printing with their robust performance, lower downtime, high-value addition, and quick ROI.

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