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Lumishore Appoints Operations Manager

1_Lumishore_Adam Hurley

Lumishore announced that it named Adam Hurley operations manager for U.S. ventures.

Hurley, who will be based in Sarasota, Fla., joins the LED Lumishore after a decade in the medical field overseeing operations, data and client service management. He will manage Lumishore’s U.S. operations and enhance workflow and quality control, as well as tending to customer service.

“We are delighted to welcome Adam into the Lumishore family,” CEO Eifrion Evans said in a statement. “We are confident this his appointment will ensure that our customer service and operational integrity reaches new levels for the benefit of all our customers.”

Added Hurley: “Lumishore’s innovative products, enthusiastic team and valued partners are what drives me to deliver the best service to our customers.”



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