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Popstar Networks adds digital out-of-home sales reps

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Popstar Networks announced that it has expanded its sales and business development staff with three new hires.

Jeff Dahlstrom has been named vice president of Strategic Business Development, while Angela Van Camp and David Owens have joined the company as senior sales directors.

Dahlstrom has more than 15 years of experience in the digital out of home (DOOH) and media business markets. Before joining Popstar, he was vice president of Business Development at BroadSign International. At BroadSign, he led the company’s channel initiative and business development functions, and had global responsibility for key technology alliances and strategic initiatives. Previously, Dahlstrom founded Harbor Digital Services (HDS), a division of Harbor Industries and one of the largest fixture and interactive companies globally. With HDS, Dahlstrom helped McDonald’s launch its first digital signage initiative. Dahlstrom brings a solid history of developing key relationships with large clients, including Coke, IBM, ABC, FOX and Nestle. Dahlstrom will be focused on building relationships with key strategic partners and clients and expanding penetration in strategic vertical markets.

Van Camp brings more than 15 years of senior sales and account management experience to Popstar Networks. Prior to joining Popstar, Van Camp was director of sales, North America, for Helius and most recently BroadSign International, where she was responsible for leading the digital signage business. At BroadSign, Van Camp was awarded the 2008 “Top Sales Producer” honor. In her previous roles, Van Camp successfully established relationships with clients and network operators that include Merrill Lynch, Subway, Diabetes Network, Digital Promo Network, Impact Media and Zoom Media.

Owens brings more than 18 years of business development experience to Popstar. He has sold multi-million dollar projects to Boeing, Amtrak, the United States Department of Defense, Harley-Davidson and McDonald’s, as well as numerous universities. Previously, Owens worked as a sales executive at Nanonation, UGS (a software division of Siemens), Compaq and Apple Computer, where he was ranked No. 1 in North America for business development executives, and where he received numerous awards, including the Golden Apple Club and the company’s most prestigious honor, The Odyssey, for outstanding commitment to excellence.