Global Graphics appoints Jeremy Spencer VP of print sales
Global Graphics SE (Euronext: GLOG), a leading developer of software platforms used to create digital printing and document solutions, has appointed Jeremy Spencer as VP of print sales.
Mr Spencer has over 20 years’ experience in commercial printing, digital imaging and industrial inkjet including positions at Caldera, XaarJET and X-Rite.
He started his career at Grosvenor (Northampton Ltd), a full service photography, design and print agency, working in graphic design and then reprographics, before joining X-Rite, an industry leader in colour management and on press color control systems, initially as applications specialist and then taking a commercial role as technical sales EMEA.
At XaarJET, the industrial print head manufacturer, Jeremy spent four years as account manager for Europe before founding his own consultancy business in 2010, specialising in inkjet market analysis and project management. This led to a close working relationship with Caldera where he was latterly OEM director Europe and Americas.
On joining Global Graphics Mr Spencer said, “Throughout my career in print, I have always challenged myself to be involved in state-of–the-art disruptive technologies for both traditional and ‘new to me’ print sectors. Global Graphics, being a well-respected technology provider that shares my passion for print, is a natural progression for me, particularly as the workflow environment is becoming more and more intelligent, powerful and automated, and the role of software is increasing in importance.”
Mr Spencer reports to Justin Bailey, Global Graphics’ VP of Sales who commented” I am delighted that Jeremy has joined us. His knowledge and experience of digital printing and inkjet applications will assist us to grow our business further into those segments.”
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About Global Graphics
Global Graphics (Euronext: GLOG) is a leading developer of software platforms on which our partners create solutions for digital printing, digital document and PDF applications. Customers include HP, Corel, Quark, Kodak and Agfa. The roots of the company go back to 1986 and to the university town of Cambridge, and, today the majority of the R&D team is still based not far from here. There are also offices near Boston, Massachusetts and in Tokyo. Additional information is available at http://www.globalgraphics.com
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