Industry Veteran Sophie Matthews-Paul Joins InfoTrends/CAP Ventures
Press release from the issuing company
(Weymouth, MA) January 18, 2005 -- InfoTrends/CAP Ventures, the leading worldwide market research and strategic consulting firm for the digital imaging and document solutions industry, today announced the appointment of Sophie Matthews-Paul as Consulting Associate for the Visual Communications Technologies (VCT) Consulting Service.
As Consulting Associate, Ms. Matthews-Paul will contribute to InfoTrends/CAP Ventures’ service with written reports and private client work. Because she is based in the U.K., she will provide greater global coverage of the wide format market to VCT clients.
Prior to joining InfoTrends/CAP Ventures, Ms. Matthews-Paul was editor of two trade publications, Screen & Display Magazine and Print Advertiser Magazine. Sophie has also contributed articles on prepress and digital technologies for many U.K.-based and European printing magazines. She formed the Screen & Digital Printer trade publication in the late 1990s, which later became Signs, Screen, & Digital Printer.
“We are very pleased to have Sophie working with the VCT team,” commented Tim Greene, an Associate Director at InfoTrends/CAP Ventures. “Sophie is extraordinarily knowledgeable about the screen and digital printing markets. With her extensive industry knowledge and hands-on experience with wide format devices, she is sure to be a valuable asset to the VCT Service as well as InfoTrends/CAP Ventures.”
Ms. Matthews-Paul also owns and operates her own wide-format digital printing equipment, enabling her to test out software and consumables. From her years of experience, Sophie has become versed in all areas of wide-format print technologies, including machines, head technologies, inks, supplies, software, and finishing. She is also an independent consultant who has worked with many of the industry’s leading manufacturers, vendors, and distributors.
InfoTrends/CAP Ventures’ Visual Communications Technologies Consulting Service provides executives and senior managers with information and insights on the wide format digital printing markets on a worldwide basis.
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