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MasterImage appoints Luiz Morau to oversee Latin American business development

Jan 31, 2014

MasterImage 3D named Luiz Fernando Morau director of business development for Latin America.

In his new position, Morau will drive all growth opportunities for MasterImage’s 3D cinema business in the fast-growing Latin American region, including development with customers, distribution channels and government. This will include launching their new high-brightness MI-Horizon3D system scheduled for commercial availability in the first half of this year. Morau will be based in the company’s Sao Paulo office.

“Over the last several years we have been cultivating relationships with business leaders, integrators and cinema exhibitors all over Latin America,” said Sean Lohan, senior VP of digital cinema at MasterImage 3D. "Luiz is one of the most connected and respected industry veterans, possessing an uncanny understanding of how to bring new technologies and partnerships into Brazil and the rest of the region. We are thrilled to welcome him to the MasterImage 3D team. We expect big things from this partnership in 2014.”

Morau previously served as head of marketing and business development at the TELEM Group, where he was responsible for digital cinema and strategic partnerships, mainly in the startup of Quanta DGT/AAM. He also served as chief marketing officer of TVA Brazil, general manager of Brazil for Universal Networks and executive director of TV Brasilia and TV Goiania.


MasterImage appoints Luiz Morau to oversee Latin American business development

Jan 31, 2014

MasterImage 3D named Luiz Fernando Morau director of business development for Latin America.

In his new position, Morau will drive all growth opportunities for MasterImage’s 3D cinema business in the fast-growing Latin American region, including development with customers, distribution channels and government. This will include launching their new high-brightness MI-Horizon3D system scheduled for commercial availability in the first half of this year. Morau will be based in the company’s Sao Paulo office.

“Over the last several years we have been cultivating relationships with business leaders, integrators and cinema exhibitors all over Latin America,” said Sean Lohan, senior VP of digital cinema at MasterImage 3D. "Luiz is one of the most connected and respected industry veterans, possessing an uncanny understanding of how to bring new technologies and partnerships into Brazil and the rest of the region. We are thrilled to welcome him to the MasterImage 3D team. We expect big things from this partnership in 2014.”

Morau previously served as head of marketing and business development at the TELEM Group, where he was responsible for digital cinema and strategic partnerships, mainly in the startup of Quanta DGT/AAM. He also served as chief marketing officer of TVA Brazil, general manager of Brazil for Universal Networks and executive director of TV Brasilia and TV Goiania.

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