Exertis has today announced some additions to its specialist print division based in Norfolk to take advantage of the growth in their large format business. According to analysts Technavio, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2% by 2022 estimated to be worth $8.42 billion globally (MarketsandMarkets) as the adoption of this technology grows across multiple industries.
Matthew Jeffrey joins as LFP business manager having previously ran his own business and brings all-round business development and key account management experience in both a retail and technical environment. He will own the commercial responsibilities of the Epson LFP business including vendor and customer engagement.
Rebecca Lawrence has been appointed as Epson LFP account manager taking ownership of the day to day management of key customers focused in this area. She has a proven track record in sales and customer service and will strengthen the specialist sales print team.
Jamie Brothwell, Exertis print general manager said, “We are delighted to welcome Matthew and Rebecca to our print team which continues to outgrow the market, establishing Exertis as the go-to-distributor for print and document management. Their appointments reflect our commitment to add investment in specialist areas where we see opportunities to support our vendors and customers. Our dedicated print team in Norfolk is testament to that and has been instrumental in driving the success of our print, LFP and OA business, catering for the different demands of the retail, B2B and OA markets.”
Distribution of the Epson Large Format printers transitioned to Exertis’ print centre of Excellence in Norfolk in March 2017.
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