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Meir Mimon steps into Jordan Valley‚??s Vice President of Sales and Marketing role

18 June 2008 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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Meir Mimon has been named as worldwide Vice President of sales and marketing for Jordan Valley Semiconductors Ltd. The appointment follows the recent news of the acquisition of Bede, the HRXRD metrology company. Mr. Mimon will oversee Jordan Valley’s growth strategy and customer support operations to increase the company’s market share.

Mr. Mimon’s former post was as Vice President of Business Development, in which role he supervised the company’s acquisition of Bede. Prior to joining Jrodan Valley in January 2008, he worked as corporate sales director for KLA-Tencor’s metrology group and overlay division. He worked with companies including Pelephone Israel, Orbotech and Digital Equipment Corporation earlier in his career.

He has a degree in economics from Haifa University, an M.B.A. from Heriott-Watt University and an Executive M.B.A. from Technion Institution of Management in Israel.

Jordan Valley Semiconductors is an x-ray metrology company based in Israel.

By Síle Mc Mahon


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