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Seurat Technologies plans to expand number of employees and associates to 1,000 by 2025

Seurat Technologies plans to expand its number of employees and associates to 1,000 by 2025. This is according to a post by Seurat’s CEO and Co-Founder, James DeMuth, published on Seurat’s website.

Compared to last year, Seurat has already doubled the number of employees. Further expansion is expected to be bolstered by the support of the Biden administration and its two launched initiatives aimed at ushering in a new, clean era of manufacturing in the U.S. – and demand has never been greater.

Strength in diversity

DeMuth said, “As part of our growth, I’m proud that our team includes people of diverse backgrounds, female leaders, 3D printing veterans, and world-class inventors finding solutions for our biggest challenges. We’ve worked hard to make Seurat into a workplace that is diverse, equitable and inclusive for everyone. I am very proud that nearly one-quarter of our employees are female”

To strengthen unity, the women have created a grassroots group called Sisters of Seurat (S.O.S) which is an internal network that offers mentorship and friendship to each other. Let them tell you about what S.O.S means to them:

“We understand the quality of our team is even more important than numbers. As we scale, Seurat is ensuring we grow with great minds and even greater teammates. At Seurat, 19% of our employees have PhDs, including Chief Scientist Andy Bayramian.”

As we continue to grow our team, we will continue amplifying underrepresented voices in STEM. One of those voices is women in engineering. Dr. April Cooke is one of the few female Ph.Ds in the 3D printing industry. April is a Principal Process Engineer, and we’re honored to highlight her story.”

Strategic hires signal readiness for commercialization

Over the past year, Seurat has made several strategic hires to help move the company toward market readiness. Among the hires are a CFO, a director of market development and a director of marketing.

Anthony Di Paola is Seurat’s chief financial officer. With more than 30 years of leadership experience in the industrial and consumer goods industries, Di Paola brings experience and confidence to help Seurat establish itself as a heavyweight competitor.

John Rushton serves as director of market development. Rushton leads Seurat’s commercial program and works with customers to promote their use of Seurat’s technology. Prior to joining Seurat, Rushton managed commercial programs at Carpenter Additive.

Joyce Yeung is Seurat’s director of marketing. Yeung is a marketing veteran in the 3D printing industry and is focused on spreading Seurat’s mission. Prior to Seurat, Yeung led marketing at several other hardware startups.

Expanding the team with these and other new hires will allow Seurat to intensify their marketing and fundraising efforts.

Learn more at www.seurat.com.

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