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Warren Werbitt Named One of PrintAction's 50 Most Influential People

Monday, July 07, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Montreal, Quebec, July 2, 2008 - Pazazz, a leading full service printing company, announced today that Founder and CEO, Warren Werbitt, has been selected as one of Canada's 50 Most Influential People in Graphic Communications. This honour arrives at the same time as another: Werbitt also received the People's Choice distinction by his colleagues as one of the top ten leaders in the communications industry.

The list of Canada's 50 Most Influential People in Graphic Communications is based on five equally weighted criteria, which are established to reflect the current patterns of business: Print, Digital, Domestic, International and Environmental.

According to PrintAction, Werbitt's 2008 global footprint has been the YouTube video, Printing's Alive, produced by Pazazz. "The growth of Pazazz is a reflection of their smart marketing campaigns and Werbitt has led two years of steady technological and business growth, including plays into large format and labels," explains Jon Robinson, Editor of PrintAction.

The People's Choice distinctions are determined by surveying PrintAction's industry readers. Ten leaders emerged from hundreds of votes. Warren Werbitt ranked second between Remi Marcoux, Chairman of Transcontinental and Francois Olivier, CEO of Transcontinental.

"It is an honour to be included amongst the top 50 leaders in the industry," exclaims Werbitt, "but to be chosen as the second most influential person amongst your peers is an absolute privilege."

Werbitt's mission is to change the image of printing. He is passionate about the trade and encourages everyone in print to take pride in the industry, to publicize its integrity and take the commodity out of printing!




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