Clive Ayling was appointed Managing Director of Meteor Inkjet in Cambridge, UK in December 2016 upon Meteor’s acquisition by Global Graphics. He has been a specialist in digital print and, in particular, inkjet technologies for over twenty years. Together with Meteor’s Director of Engineering, he co-founded Meteor in 2006 and has led its growth to being a leading company in the field of industrial inkjet electronics.
Clive holds a degree in Physics from Cambridge University.
Justin joined Global Graphics in 2013. He has over 25 years’ experience in the document imaging and print markets. He worked for 17 years for Canon in the UK and then founded eCopy’s EMEA business which grew to represent approx. 30% of the company revenue. During this time Justin was involved in broadening the reach of eCopy's technology platforms so that most leading brands of MFP had eCopy solutions to sell via their channel. He also was instrumental in growing the eCopy partner ecosystem. In 2009 eCopy was acquired by Nuance and Justin’s responsibilities were extended to include the Equitrac, Safecom, and Copitrak imaging systems for MFPs, as well as desktop applications for OCR and PDF, and the Omnipage Development SDK.
Martin Bailey works to analyze and understand the current and future needs for document and print workflows. This enables him to guide Global Graphics’ industry-leading document and printing technology. He represents Global Graphics on a number of industry bodies and standards committees including acting as the primary UK expert on the committees working on PDF/A, PDF and PDF/VT.
Martin has around 30 years of experience building, using, supporting and improving products for processing digital documents and the graphic arts industry in technical support, product management and programming as well as in consulting, and production environments.
Gary Fry was appointed Chief Executive Officer in June 2008. He was formerly Managing Director of Adobe Systems Benelux, where he had worked since 2001. Prior to joining Adobe Gary held various sales and management positions in the IT industry including European sales manager for Catalyst Solutions, a leading provider of enterprise-wide IT solutions, head of industrial support sales for Oracle, and a nine-year period with IBM, initially in engineering and then in sales.
Graeme Huttley has been with the Company since 1999 and served as the Company’s Finance Director from January 2001 until being promoted to Chief Financial Officer in January 2014. From the Company’s UK head office Graeme leads and manages the Company’s Finance, IT and Manufacturing teams and actively participates in various strategic projects. Previously Graeme was Financial Controller for Harlequin Ltd in Cambridge, UK and prior to that was a regional accountant for P&O Australia in Sydney.
Graeme is a qualified charted management accountant and is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
Kendall Madsen joined Global Graphics in April 2013 bringing a wealth of experience in software development and international business management in the printing and imaging industries. He was formally the Director of Engineering at ONYX Graphics where he was responsible for all software development and played a critical role in helping manage partner accounts. Prior to joining ONYX Graphics, Kendall held management and engineering positions at TRW Strategic Systems Division and IOMEGA Corporation in addition to heading a private consultancy. Kendall holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Utah State University.
Peter Rosenfeld was appointed Managing Director at URW++ in Hamburg, Germany in September 2015 upon URW’s acquisition by Global Graphics. He has happily dedicated his entire business career to the development and marketing of digital fonts. He joined URW in 1983 and held various management positions in the company including font production, font development as well as font sales & marketing. In 1987, he was appointed director for sales and marketing at URW. In 1995, he became a partner and managing director at URW++.
Jill Taylor has been with the Company since 2001. She leads the marketing communications team and works with the CFO on the Company’s financial and investor relations programmes. In 2005 the Company won the "Best Small Cap Investor Relations" awarded by the Belgian Association of Financial Analysts. Prior to joining Global Graphics Jill was a PR Director at one of the UK’s leading PR agencies.
Jill is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and has a Masters in English.
Eric Worrall has been with the company since 2004 and currently leads the Technical Services team helping our customers understand, integrate and get the best out of our technologies. He has had wide experience of key roles during his time at Global Graphics,including Project Manager, Senior Software Developer, Technical Support, Technical Consultant and Senior Product Manager (gDoc).
Prior to joining Global Graphics Eric spent two years post graduate research at the University of Leicester focused on speech recognition in adverse noise environments. He worked in engineering and project management roles for both Marconi and Videojet. He has over seventeen years of market knowledge in digital documents, machine vision and printing technologies. Eric has three US Patents and a BEng (Hons) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
Neil Wylie joined Global Graphics (formerly Harlequin) in 1994. Neil currently manages all aspects of operations including commercial, contractual, patent and legal matters as well as HR matters and building infrastructure. Prior to joining Global Graphics, Neil was a Senior Commercial Manager working for British Telecom specialising in providing complex trading systems to stockbrokers /investment bankers in the City of London. Before joining British Telecom, Neil held various senior positions within the Philips NV Group of companies working on major worldwide mobile radio projects in both a purchasing and commercial management role. Neil has a BA (Hons) Degree in Business Studies.