Veteran B-to-B sales professional joins ProFood World

Brian Gronowski joins PMMI Media Group’s ProFood World team of business-to-business media professionals.

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PMMI Media Group, a division of PMMI, the Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, recently added veteran sales professional Brian Gronowski to the ProFood World brand. Brian comes with over two decades of experience within the industry, having spent the last sixteen years at BNP Media LLC, where he represented Food Engineering magazine. 

Brian joins ProFood World as District Sales Manager to build on the recent success of the publication. “I am excited to be part of the ProFood World team, and grow the brand by continuing to develop relationships within the food and beverage processing industry,” said Gronowski.

ProFood World’s newest employee has 28 years of media experience within the food and beverage processing market. Most recently, Gronowski held the title of Sales Strategist for Food Engineering magazine, and prior to that was District Sales Manager for the publication. In his new role at ProFood World, he will focus on business development and sales strategy for current and potential advertisers in the publication. He will also be involved in the planning and development of ProFood Tech, a new food and beverage processing exposition powered by international trade show leaders PACK EXPO, Anuga and the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and scheduled for March 26-28, 2019 in Chicago.

Patrick Young, Publisher of ProFood World stated “We’re very fortunate to have Brian on the team. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the brand, and we’re looking forward to expanding the success of the magazine with him on board.”

ProFood World is expanding to six print issues in 2018, reaching 35,000 manufacturing, engineering and plant operations executives. ProFood World is the newest media brand for connecting with food and beverage processors and covers news, trends, products and technologies for food safety, automation, processing, packaging, material handling and sustainability.


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