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dgs Marketing Engineers Announces New Chief Executive Officer

dgs Marketing Engineers, a marketing communications agency serving the manufacturing sector, has announced that Leslie Galbreath, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, has assumed the role of chief executive officer. Marc Diebold, the company’s founder and long-time CEO, is now chairman and will focus on agency operations and strategic growth.

Founded in 1985 by Diebold, dgs has earned its outstanding reputation in the manufacturing industry by continuously exceeding the particular marketing and communication needs and expectations of clients working with advanced technologies. The agency has been in partnership with many of its clients for more than a decade.

With these new appointments, dgs positions itself for continued growth. Diebold and Galbreath will continue to work together to strategically guide the company and build upon its strong reputation. This seamless leadership transition will ensure that clients continue to receive breakthrough marketing, branding, public relations and digital media services based on emerging trends and technology while aligning with the unique needs of the manufacturing industry.

“At dgs, we are focused on achieving a deep understanding of our clients and their business, a creative approach to problem solving and accountability for our results,” explained Galbreath. “This way of working enables us to better counsel and support them with strategic communications as they navigate today’s ever-changing business environment.”

Galbreath, who holds APR accreditation from the Public Relations Society of America, joined dgs in 2000. She began as a public relations associate before working her way through the agency as Internet communications manager, public relations director, executive vice president and chief marketing officer.

In 2005, Galbreath became an equity partner together with Diebold. Under their leadership, dgs was named to BtoB’s annual list of top business-to-business agencies in the small agency category for each of the final four years of the list’s publication.

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