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PRG consolidates R&D with PRG Innovation

PRG consolidates R&D with PRG Innovation

PRG consolidates R&D with PRG Innovation

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Production Resource Group (PRG) has announced that it will integrate its global research and development efforts into a new operating group named PRG Innovation. With the aim of ‘maximising its technological impact of the industry’, the new group will include PRG Projects, PRG Research and VER product development initiatives and will be led by Chris Conti in his new role as the company’s chief innovation officer.

Additionally, Clay Powers will become chief operating officer of innovation, overseeing all financial and logistical aspects of both proprietary product development and custom show solutions, while Gary Boyd, chief operating officer of EMEA, will have ongoing responsibilities related to product development operations in Europe and China. 

‘PRG Innovation brings all of our talent focused on product development into a single, global team, allowing us to anticipate market trends, move with agility and align product development with our larger strategic objectives,’ stated Jere Harris, chairman and CEO of PRG. ‘I believe that our investment and performance in market-driven innovation is one of the most powerful points of difference separating our brands from the competition. Now, that advantage will become even more significant.’

Frederic Opsomer will continue to lead the Belgian team in developing new technology in LED and video, and Simon Kayser will continue to lead operations in Shenzhen, China, in sourcing video and lighting technology. Anne Johnston, vice president of marketing and product strategy, will collaborate with PRG Innovation on all aspects of marketing.



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