Ikegami names new president for Europe

Kenzo Ishizuka brings 30 years of expertise to head up European operations
Kenzo Ishizuka
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Ikegami, the manufacturer of specialised cameras and image processing equipment in the broadcast and medical industries, has appointed Kenzo Ishizuka as the new president for its European office.

Effective immediately, Ishizuka is responsible for heading up Ikegami’s European operations as well as managing all key customer accounts, system integrators and channel partners across the EMEA region.

Ishizuka will be taking over from Ikegami Europe’s previous president, Masanori Kondo, who is moving to Ikegami’s Japan office.

“I am thoroughly looking forward to using the expertise acquired throughout my extensive time with Ikegami to bolster the company’s presence throughout the EMEA region,” said Ishizuka.

“Kondo-San has done an impressive job with the EMEA market and I am excited for the opportunity to carry on his great work.”

Joined Ikegami in 1987, Ishizuka brings 30 years of expertise to head up European operations. Ishizuka has worked in both the Japan and US offices, with his most recent role being general manager of domestic sales in Japan.

 

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