April 12, 2016 Last Updated 2:08 pm

Christopher Prinos appointed Vice-President, Sales for Nuglif, a subsidiary of La Presse

Prinos was previously Director of Business Development, Strategic Account Manager at Mediaspectrum, Inc., and before that Director of Marketing at OpenPages

Montreal, Quebec – April 12, 2016 – Pierre-Elliott Levasseur, President of Nuglif, is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Prinos as Vice-President, Sales for Nuglif.

Christopher-Prinos-214“Chris Prinos’ impressive track record and his successes with some of the world’s largest media companies make him a true leader in his field. He is a results-oriented professional with the proven ability to successfully sell and implement publishing and cloud-based solutions in the newspaper industry. I am pleased that I can count on his unique expertise and knowledge to fuel the expansion of the Nuglif platform worldwide and fulfill our business goals”, commented Pierre-Elliott Levasseur, President of Nuglif.

“Our industry needs to embrace dramatic change and the Nuglif platform is one of few solutions on the market with a proven model to accelerate print to digital transformation while expanding audience and revenue. I’m excited to become an ambassador of the Nuglif process, platform, and success and look forward to bringing this transformative solution to any company ready to aggressively embrace change”, explained Christopher Prinos.

As a founding member of Mediaspectrum, Christopher spent over 15 years as a leader across multiple disciplines including marketing, pre-sales, business development, and project management. During his tenure, Christopher developed a commanding knowledge of the media software landscape and worked actively to both promote and implement editorial, advertising, customer relationship management, production, self-service, mobile, and tablet platforms.

As Director of Business Development, Christopher was responsible for the successful sale and implementation of cloud-based solutions for thousands of users across hundreds of newspapers including enterprise contracts with Gannett Co., Tribune Publishing, News Corporation, Hearst Newspapers, The Washington Post, and dozens of others.

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