Elmatica Welcomes Eimear Joyce as Sales Operations Manager


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An increase in business opportunities and a strong focus on early involvement in the customer's product development process, has enforced the need for a key person to support the company’s strategic implementation and focus on customer relationships, as well as expanding the global sales support coverage.

“We proudly announce that Eimear Joyce has joined the sales team as sales operations manager, a role tailored to ensure that the needs of the sales team are met, while simultaneously supporting and developing new partners within the industry.

 Joyce will unite the sales organization in a professional manner, delivering  the discipline and information required to drive the company forward and provide the best support to our global sales team, ” says Didrik Bech, CEO Elmatica.

International  work experience  Joyce  is experienced as a project manager from companies such as Horn Media Group. She graduated with a BA in Business and Event Management at Dundalk Institute of Technology Ireland and brings to the table a work experience from international business in Spain and Shanghai.

“Her people skills, international understanding of culture and expectations, and positive can-do attitude will be a resource to the company,'' says Bech.

“This  is a perfect time to join Elmatica. New opportunities, increasing business, newly developed systems, and a strategic roadmap for further growth aligned with the needs in the market. I am excited about being a part of the team and honored to work for such a  well-respected company in the PCB industry. I look forward to working with my new colleagues, helping them find the best solutions to succeed and grow their business,” says Joyce.

About Elmatica

Elmatica was established in 1971 and is the  oldest broker of PCB in the world. Delivering to 5 continents and 39 countries with over 10 000 orders per year, to small family businesses and companies listed on the stock exchange. We are honored for being selected to chair several new independent standards in our industry together with IPC.

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