Formerly of DPI, Michael Bridwell Joins Screen Innovations
After almost 10 years with Digital Projection International, Bridwell joins Screen Innovations as VP of sales and marketing.
Michael Bridwell has more than made a name for himself in the projection market.
He spent almost 10 years with Digital Projection International (DPI), most recently serving as VP of marketing and home entertainment. And now Bridwell will join Screen Innovations as VP of sales and marketing.
"It’s very rare to find talent and character like Michael. What’s even more rare is to find it over and over in the incredible family we have built at SI," says Ryan Gustafson, owner, Screen Innovations. "Michael is made of SI DNA, and we are stoked to have him join our family and take us to the next level."
Effective immediately, Bridwell is already working with Screen Innovations' multiple sales channels, marketing, communications, PR and advertising strategies.
Bridwell will also work alongside many associations and buyer’s groups that serve AV integrators as well as coordinate with the consultant and designer communities on Screen Innovations' products.
"This is a crucial moment in Screen Innovation’s history, and I couldn’t be more excited about my role," says Bridwell. "Having admired SI’s expansion as a strategic partner, I'm now able to inject my experience, energy and insight into what is already an impressive team. Simply put, my goal is to enhance and expand the culture and ‘SI Way’ that has guided the company since Day 1."
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