Arborjet Inc. adds to marketing and research & development teams

Arborjet Inc. adds to marketing and research & development teams

Sydnie Lopolito and John-Michael (JM) Alexy will take on roles within the two teams and departments.

July 10, 2017
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Woburn, Mass., July 10, 2017—Arborjet Inc., a plant health care company, announced today new additions to its marketing and research & development teams to meet the needs of its business and customer base.

Sydnie Lopolito joins Arborjet’s marketing team as marketing communications and social media specialist. In this newly created role, she will bring her prior Boston-area agency experience to supporting the company’s marketing communications and public relations efforts, as well as developing social media strategy for the Arborjet brand and its horticulture website, The Dirt on Dirt. Lopolito is a graduate of Emerson College and is nearing completion on a Masters in Management at Merrimack College.

John-Michael (JM) Alexy has taken on a new appointment at the company as research and formulation specialist. Formerly a research associate for Arborjet, Alexy is now responsible for developing formulations for Arborjet’s products and implementing and analyzing Arborjet’s in-house research studies. Alexy is a graduate of Boston University, where he earned a degree in biology.

Francesca Holinko also joins Arborjet as a research horticulturist, responsible for the care and health of the trees and plants used in Arborjet’s research & development trials. A Massachusetts Certified Arborist, Holinko is a graduate of the School of Professional Horticulture of the New York Botanical Garden.

“The Arborjet brand stands for innovation and market leadership for the plant health care industry, and we are pleased to welcome Sydnie, JM and Francesca to our team,” Russ Davis, president and chief operating officer of Arborjet, says. “We are confident their respective diverse industry experiences will help us further accelerate our growth throughout 2017 and beyond.”

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