Todd Nuckols named CPrint International President
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Press release from the issuing company
(Charleston, West Virginia) Todd Nuckols has been named president of CPrint International. In his new position he will lead a company that works with over 100 print shops in the U.S. and Canada in a consulting, coaching and training role.
In accepting the position Nuckols said, "As a second generation printer it's quite an honor for me to carry the torch for a program, and an industry, that I so strongly believe in. I feel it's my job to continually improve the CPrint program."
CPrint is an organization of independently owned family-based businesses that strive for professionalism and performance among small business that commonly lack highly developed systems and leadership. CPrint supplies training, specialty software, onsite visits, board meetings and mentoring programs that affiliates participate. Companies from throughout North America participate in the program.
Nuckols earned his Printing Management degree at West Virginia Tech, and his Master's Degree at West Virginia University.
He worked in the family print shop while growing up and owned a screen printing company while going to school. After graduation he taught printing at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. In 2000 he joined Crouser & Associates, as the company was developing what is now known as CPrint. Nuckols was a senior consultant and in charge of selling the CPrint program. He was named CPrint Vice President in 2004. Nuckols is the developer of the CPrint Business-to-Business Sales Training program and the CSR Training program.
"As our industry evolves we must also evolve," Nuckols said. "We can't forget that we are in the graphic communications business and that includes ink on paper. But it involves so much more. It will be the task of CPrint to bring these advancements to our Affiliates so they will always be ahead of their fellow competitors.