JAMES KRITIKOS NAMED CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER AT LEASING RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
SPRING VALLEY, N.Y., Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Leasing Research International, one of the country's premier automotive and equipment market research firms, announced today the appointment of James Kritikos as the company's chief operating officer. The appointment was made by L. Leon Robins, LRI's president and chief executive officer. Kritikos brings vast experience in corporate operations to Leasing Research. He will be responsible for all internal affairs, sales, marketing and developing new projects. Robins acknowledged Kritikos' longtime involvement in corporate organization and internal affairs in announcing his appointment. "Jim Kritikos is clearly a hands on individual who has shown the ability to get things done. His involved approach to helping guide a company through the competitive waters has resulted in success wherever he's gone. We're happy to have that level on involvement at Leasing Research." Kritikos most recently served as Controller of Active International in Pearl River, N.Y. His responsibilities included all internal day-to- day activities, including supervising staff, financial reports, planning and implementation of marketing programs and external public relations events. As Controller of Ajayem Lumber, Kritikos was responsible for all financial activities for the $40-plus million firm. He also carried financial and operations responsibility at Agfa Matrix Corporation. "I am happy to become part of the Leasing Research International team," Kritikos said. "This is a dynamic and progressive company that has earned the respect of the industry as well as its customers. The opportunity is unlimited."
Jim Kritikos is a graduate of William Patterson college and is married with two children.
-0- 11/3/93 /CONTACT: Joe Allen of Allen Communications, 914-352-6104/
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