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Shuffle Board: Seligsohn Stepping Down at Kornit, Siracusa Joins Timberland PRO


Kornit Digital Ltd.

Kornit Digital Ltd., a provider of digital printing solutions for the global printed textile industry, announced that Gabi Seligsohn will step down as CEO, effective Aug. 1. Seligsohn will be succeeded by Ronen Samuel, an industry veteran at HP Indigo. Seligsohn will remain with Kornit through a brief transition, and will continue to serve on the company’s board of directors.

Samuel has spent the previous 18 years serving in various capacities at Hewlett -Packard. Most recently, he was vice president and general manager of HP Indigo and WebPress EMEA, where he led the region to substantial growth. Previously, Samuel spent seven years leading Asia Pacific and Japan, and brings experience in strategic marketing.


Fashion technology provider Tukatech appointed Chris Walia as chief operating officer. Walia had been head of global operations.

Walia will continue to oversee implementation of Tukatech’s suite of software solutions. These include TUKAcad, TUKA3D, and SMARTmark for product development and manufacturing products such as plotters, automatic cutters, laser cutters and fabric spreaders.

Prior to Tukatech, Walia held senior level positions for several apparel and IT solution companies. Founded in 1995 by garment industry veteran Ram Sareen, Tukatech provides the apparel industry with innovative tools, maximizing productivity from the pattern room to the cutting floor.


Destination Maternity

Destination Maternity Corp. said Ronald J. Masciantonio, executive vice president and chief administrative officer and the company have mutually agreed that Masciantonio will be departing the company to pursue other opportunities.

Masciantonio served in his latest posts since November 2012. Prior to that, he held a variety of positions at the company, including vice president and general counsel, senior vice president and executive vice president. Destination Maternity does not plan to pursue a new chief administrative officer at this time.

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Global work brand Timberland PRO named apparel industry veteran Charlie Siracusa director of apparel sales. In this role, Siracusa will be responsible for developing and executing short- and long-term sales strategies to support aggressive growth of Timberland PRO’s work apparel.

Siracusa brings more than three decades of apparel industry knowledge and experience to this role, having worked with HanesBrands and most recently Carhartt. As director of strategic sales for Carhartt, he led sales to successful and profitable operations across all channels of distribution. Siracusa will be an integral team member working cross-functionally with product, marketing, sales and operations to design, develop and deliver products with the work consumer at the center.

Timberland PRO has grown to be one of the largest work safety brands in the footwear and apparel space by building on the tradition of craftsmanship and innovation that started with Timberland’s iconic yellow boot. Timberland is a unit of VF Corp.