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Navionics of Wareham, Mass., named Don Black senior vice president of sales and marketing. He will head the sales, marketing, product management and business development teams, working across all divisions.

Black previously served as CEO/president of SeaWave, a Portsmouth, R.I.-based company that developed ship-to-shore wireless communications. Prior to that, Black worked in leadership positions at Drew Scientific and Instrumentation Labs. Early in his career he was a sales and marketing manager for Canada Packers and Gainers Corp. in Canada.

Black is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. He also studied at the Goethe Institute in Vienna, Austria, and the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Direccion in Mexico. He holds an MBA from Instituto de Estudios Superiores de las Empresa in Barcelona, Spain.

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