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March 13, 2013
Kappa Mapping Hires Director of Business Development

March 8, 2013, Bangor, Maine—Kappa Mapping President Claire Kiedrowski today announced the December hire of Mark R. Bradstreet as Director of Business Development as to the company.  A certified photogrammetrist, Bradstreet was the owner and lead consultant for Bradstreet Consultants, Inc., which provided photogrammetric mapping services to surveyors, engineers, and municipalities across the country from 1998 to 2012.

“Mark has a lot wide range of experience in photogrammetric mapping and GIS business development, and he’s committed to growing our firm,” said Kiedrowski.  “He also brings a wealth of mapping production and software systems knowledge. I’m so pleased to have him on the Kappa team.”

Before closing the doors of his own company and joining Kappa, Bradstreet was , in addition to consultation work, the business development director for Blue Marble Geographics where the company doubled in revenue on his watch.  and pPrior to that, he provided technical support and developed sales worldwide for Kork Systems / Autometric in Bangor, ME.

For more information about Kappa Mapping, or about owner  
Claire Kiedrowski—one   of   the  few  women in the  field of photogrammetry—visit  kappamap.com or call 207.942. 5200.

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