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‘It’s so much fun to be in a dream team’

At one time, printers were his customers. Now, after spending many years working at industry equipment manufacturers, Konica Minolta Marketing Services global chief executive Yves Rogivue finds himself at the helm of a business that is itself a huge purchaser of print, dealing with thousands of printers globally.

'It’s a transformation not a turnaround’

At PrintWeekLive! in March, we were fortunate enough to welcome the newly appointed Williams Lea Tag (WLT) global chief executive David Kassler as our opening keynote speaker.

‘I have never been so excited about the future’

If bad luck always comes in threes, perhaps the same is true of business turnarounds. Taylor Bloxham group chief executive Robert Lockwood certainly hopes so.

Interview: ‘Print must rebuild its reputation for delivering value’

If technology has rendered print a commodity, then it’s up to printers to get more involved and become providers of expertise and excellence.

‘Good ideas can come from anyone’

A little over 12 months after getting back into print, and almost a third of the way into his journey to double sales by 2020, the new chief executive of Hobs Group, James Duckenfield, shares his vision for the business.

‘I liked dealing with printers, they’re fun’

With a 30-plus-year history in the paper merchanting game, Martyn Eustace, managing director of print and paper advocacy organisation Two Sides UK, is well versed on the effectiveness and sustainability of print and paper.

‘Be passionate and never stop learning’

For most people, one job is more than enough. Not so for Julian Marsh.

‘We just like going for it. We’re workers’

Earlier this year, Aron Priest and Andy Smith, joint managing directors and co-founders of the UK’s largest online trade printing business, Solopress, sold their circa £21m-turnover Southend-on-Sea operation to Onlineprinters, one of Europe’s largest online print firms.

‘We focus on areas that we excel in’

Kirk Galloway describes himself as ‘the hirer, firer, tea boy and the cleaner’ of the family-run Derbyshire magazine printer he leads.

‘We want to be seen as number one in terms of quality’

With Fespa’s Global Expo just under a month away, chief executive Neil Felton talks about the organisation’s split personality, and how, despite representing different things to different people, its two core functions share a common goal.

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