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APG|SGA Appoints a New International Key Account Manager


Manuela Ivone appointed International Key Account Manager (KAM) at APG|SGA. 

As of 1 May 2012, Manuela Ivone, 34, will take on the role of International Key Account Manager at APG|SGA, Allgemeine Plakatgesellschaft AG, replacing Tony Mandingorra who left the company as of February 2011. As a management expert with Swiss federal certification, she has worked for Affichage Holding SA for the past five years. She started her career in the former Sportart AG, a previous subsidiary of APG|SGA, later transferring to Affichage Holding's Corporate Center. She is currently employed in CEO Daniel Hofer's staff as a project manager.

Manuela Ivone gained experience working abroad, assisting with the internal coordination of the transitional regulations for the international interests sold by Affichage Holding. Before joining Affichage, she worked for the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs as a consular officer in France, Morocco, Austria and Slovakia. In autumn 2012, she will complete a Master of Advanced Studies in project management. She reports directly to the Head of Advertising Market and Subsidiaries.

Daniel Strobel, Head of Advertising Market and Subsidiaries Switzerland
APG|SGA, Giesshübelstrasse 4, 8045 Zurich, tel. +41 58 220 70 07,


About the company
APG|SGA, Allgemeine Plakatgesellschaft AG, is a part of Affichage Holding SA and is Switzerland's leading outside advertising agency. Specializing in digital and analogue posters at busy locations on the street, in train stations, in shopping centres and at points of interest, APG|SGA and its associated segment brands Airport, Mega Poster, Mountain and Traffic cover all areas of out-of-home advertising, representing quality and tradition combined with innovation. Over 550 employees ensure a lasting impression when communicating with their customers, the authorities and the advertising industry. They manage poster spaces and displays throughout Switzerland with great care, environmental responsibility and precision.