SEMCA Names Revie as VP, Product Marketing

August 29, 2012
Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America (SEMCA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, has named John Revie as vice president of product marketing.

Revie, formerly of Sony and Samsung, will be responsible for the product based marketing of Sharp’s Consumer Home Entertainment product portfolio. He reports to Jim Sanduski.

A veteran in the consumer electronics (CE) industry, Revie brings deep expertise and passion to his responsibilities including; market analysis, product line definition, pricing, promotion and channel merchandising.

“I am truly energized about joining Sharp,” said Revie. As the number one market share brand in large screen TV, Sharp’s position is strong and I look forward to ensuring its continued leadership in television products while helping to expand sales in other CE categories.”

Sharp US for 2012 YTD, according to NPD reports, has the leading share of LCD TVs 60 inches and larger.

“John’s track record of success in marketing, combined with his strong relationships at retail, make him a talented addition to Sharp’s management team,” said Jim Sanduski. “The addition of John to our team will enable us to continue to provide to the end user and our retailers the best Big Screen TV line up in the industry.”

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