|By Business Wire||
|September 30, 2013 10:01 AM EDT||
Comcast today announced that David Tashjian has been named Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Mile High Region. In this role, Tashjian will provide strategic leadership to support and grow Comcast’s residential consumer products.
“As we continue to focus on delivering the best products and services to our customers, there’s no one better prepared to lead our charge than David Tashjian,” said Rich Jennings, Comcast Regional Senior Vice President. “David’s proven track record in sales and operations management will complement his leadership in a region that serves more than a million customers, and his ability to motivate diverse teams to success.”
As Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Tashjian is responsible for direct and retail sales, marketing and retention initiatives, the development and execution of sales compensation plans and the region’s Comcast stores. He also oversees the programming and operations of Comcast Entertainment Network and manages a team of more than 500 employees.
Tashjian brings more than 15 years of management experience, eight with Comcast throughout the mid-Atlantic area, including Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. He most recently served as Comcast’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Twin Cities Region. Prior to joining Comcast, Tashjian served in a variety of director roles at a separate national telecommunications company, gaining additional knowledge and experience through the development of sales systems and building sales organizations.
Tashjian and his family have relocated to Denver from Minneapolis-St. Paul.
About Comcast Corporation
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