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3D Systems Appoints Vyomesh Joshi as New CEO

After former CEO Avi Reichental stepped down at the end of October last year, the 3D Systems board has now appointed former HP Executive Vyomesh Joshi as their new Chief Executive Officer to accelerate the company’s growth strategy.

VJ, who had joined Hewlett-Packard as a research and development engineer in 1980, retired as executive vice president of HP’s Imaging and Printing Group in 2012. He was responsible for doubling the printing business operating profits during an 11-year period, while also serving as a Chairman of Phogenix Imaging LLC and a member of the board of directors of Yahoo.

“I am incredibly excited about the future of 3D Systems. We have a tremendous opportunity to help customers take advantage of the era of manufacturing transformation, including mass customization,” said VJ, President and CEO. “While the company has a strong history in place, it is clear that we need to develop new and innovative products with unprecedented quality and service levels to drive sustainable growth and profits.”

3D_Systems_LogoWe are pleased to announce VJ’s appointment as President and CEO of 3D Systems,” said Wally Loewenbaum, Chairman of the 3D Systems Board of Directors. “VJ’s significant experience scaling and strengthening technology-driven businesses, his expertise in product development and innovation, and his proven track record of operational excellence make him the ideal candidate to lead our company into its next era.”

Joshi succeeds Interim-President and CEO Andy Johnson, who will continue in his role as 3D Systems Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer.


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