Lithocraft’s Kevin Pidgeon named as PVCA deputy president

Lithocraft co-founder Kevin Pidgeon has been named as the new Print & Visual Communication Association (PVCA) deputy president for 2023, replacing Spot Press managing director John Georgantzakos who held the title previously.

The announcement was made last week, alongside the election of the rest of the PVCA board office bearers, who were elected from and by members of the PVCA board.

Pidgeon is the only new board office bearer from last year, with IVE Group CEO Matt Aitken resuming his role as PVCA president.

Lamson Group CEO Rodney Frost and The Label Factory managing director Stuart Fysh have again taken on the roles of treasurer and honorary secretary respectively.

These office bearers will hold the above-mentioned positions for the 2023 calendar year.

The election processes were administered by the Australian Electoral Commission.

PVCA formally appointed Kellie Northwood as its CEO in October last year, following the recent merge with The Real Media Collective.

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2 thoughts on “Lithocraft’s Kevin Pidgeon named as PVCA deputy president

  1. Congratulations Kevin
    I am sure you will contribute.
    Old printers never die.
    I am now 94 years old.
    One great industrial.


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