Konica Minolta is appointing print veteran Adam Todd to the role of industrial print sales specialist for NSW and the ACT, with a focus on assisting commercial printers to become more profitable and grow new revenue streams.
Konica Minolta says Todd has had 30 years experience working in commercial print. Prior to this role he was in commercial sales at Fuji Xerox.
Todd says, “I was looking for an organisation that was customer-focused, nimble, innovative and had a good social responsibility, and Konica Minolta ticked all the boxes for me.
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“As long-run print continues to struggle for relevance, the short run and versioned print markets will continue to grow, and is opening up new opportunities for commercial printers. Our conversations are now more about adding value and return on investment. With the market at a crossroads in terms of technology to fill this gap between long-run and short-run, Konica Minolta’s industrial print portfolio, including the KM-1, label press and MGI digital embellishment, are a nice fit.”
David Procter, sales director, Konica Minolta, says, “Adam has a depth of expertise in selling high-value capital equipment and complex software and workflow solutions to commercial printers, as well as strong technical skills across a broad range of technology, making him an invaluable part of the sales team.”
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