Saraf has sales experience at every level, beginning his career as a distributor salesperson in Chicago. He joined Dynabrade as sales manager for the Chicago territory. In 2004, he and his family relocated to western New York state to take on the role of Dynabrade’s director of international sales.
In recent years, Saraf has led the strategic accounts/channels sales division to strong sales growth, and he has helped to strengthen Dynabrade’s brand recognition.
According to Dynabrade, Saraf’s new role will streamline the sales organization by establishing a vertical reporting structure up to the president for all global sales initiatives and increasing global sales and marketing efficiencies which will further grow international sales through Dynabrade’s wholly owned subsidiaries in Luxembourg and India, as well through distributor partners in other countries throughout the world.
Dynabrade makes portable pneumatic abrasive power tools, related accessories, and clean air solutions.
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