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SOURCE: PayChest Inc.
December 08, 2011 09:00 ET
PayChest: Hornung (25 Year Senior Sales Executive) Running North American Sales & Marketing
HONG KONG--(Marketwire - Dec 8, 2011) - PayChest Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PYCT) (the " Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mibus Inc. and its President, Mr. Patrick V. Hornung as the exclusive North American Sales & Marketing Agent for PayChest's Flushaway® technology sales and marketing management. Mibus Inc. is a private company incorporated solely for carrying out the sales/marketing agency role.
Patrick V. Hornung is a sales and marketing expert, with a 25 year track record, in achieving high sales growth of fast moving consumer goods. He is well versed in the needs of the retail sector and has proven, FMCG and senior sales & brand management experience in organisations such as Nabisco, Sepps Gourmet Foods, and direct experience of selling & marketing feminine sanitary products at Kimberly-Clark in Peru.
Under the direction of Patrick, Mibus Inc. has the discretion to engage other distributors, agents, PR companies etc., as it sees fit, to achieve the target North American sales growth, market penetration and profitability that has been reviewed, discussed, and agreed with PayChest.
Over recent weeks Patrick has guided and directed improvements in product branding, packaging and pricing. These improvements have already made the product more attractive for retailers and consumers and will be published later.
As planned and previously announced, Tobie Oliver is undertaking more sales and marketing activities and will work closely with Patrick.
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