YIANNIS LYKOGIANNIS has joined 4over as national operations manager. He is an expert in print management and will help execute national and international expansion plans.
TIM TATMAN, formerly senior vice president of Strategic Accounts, has been promoted to the position of CEO of WorkflowOne. (PHOTO)
IAN SCOTT has been appointed managing director, GMG Worldwide. His appointment follows the departure of CEO PAUL WILLEMS. (PHOTO)
MICHAEL COOPER has affiliated with Anchor Software as a sales/marketing consultant to help expand its Mainframe Data Quality Software initiative. (PHOTO)
MICHAEL REIHER has joined Enfocus as product manager, North America. He is a former executive of both Dynagram and Adobe Systems. CHRIS HERIC has been hired as automation solutions architect. He will concentrate on further developing the company’s core technologies, particularly Switch. (2 PHOTOS)
ROB WILLIAMS has been promoted from director of marketing to vice president of PrintGlobe, Inc., The Printing Superstore. (PHOTO)
JOE THOMPSON has been named general manager of the Ennis facility in Dewitt, IA. He is a 27 year print industry veteran with a specialty in labels. He replaces GENE CARLSON, who recently retired.
DAVID CONRAD has been appointed as Mutoh America’s marketing manager. (PHOTO)
AWARDS & MILESTONES
GAERF, the Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation awarded nearly $30,000 in scholarships to the nation’s top advertising design, graphic communications and screen printing technology students who participated in the SkillsUSA Championships held June 22-24 in Kansas City, MO.
Graphic Communications medalists at the secondary level were:
Gold: CHRISTINA HILLMAN from Effingham County High School, Springfield, GA
Silver: ZACK MINOR from Tri County Technology Center, Bartlesville, OK
Bronze: CRAIG SWEET from Sammamish High School, Bellevue, WA
At the post-secondary level, the winners were:
Gold: JONATHAN HAND from Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
Silver: AMANDA BREESE from Riverside Community College, Riverside, CA
Bronze: JOHN BOHNETT from Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI
XPEDX has selected a winning entry from a nationwide competition among student members of Net Impact to develop a sustainability survey and scorecard for its supply chain. The top entry comes from a team of MBA students at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. The winning team received a cash prize and will also have the opportunity to present its work to xpedx senior leaders at its headquarters in Cincinnati, as well as at the 2011 Net Impact Conference.
NICHOLAS HUON, a graduating senior from Lynn Classical High School in Lynn, MA, recently recieved the Jamie Aylwin 48HourPrint.com Scholarship. The scholarship is named for 48HourPrint.com chairman JAMIE AYLWIN, who is a 1988 graduate of the school.