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Yolanda Noble returns to market to lead new venture

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Yolanda Noble, successful  entrepreneur in the print and document service market, has returned to the industry in a new venture with Millnet founder Marcus Craggs, who will serve on the company’s board.  The new company, Millnet Document Solutions Limited, jointly owned by Noble and Millnet , already has a footprint serving financial and professional services clients in the UK.  The enterprise aims to build on Mrs Noble’s leadership, expertise and historical track record in these specialist markets, offering print and communications support for remediation, statutory communications, transactional activity, regulated messaging, shareholder communications, personalised marketing, and other services.

Led by Noble as CEO, Millnet Document Solutions will deliver services out of centres in London and Tunbridge Wells, offering customers inside and outside the capital with a combination of site proximity and production-scale economies.  The Tunbridge Wells centre is the result of an acquisition of the former Printlogic Ltd business.

Yolanda Noble is an experienced expert in document services for highly regulated environments.  She formerly built specialist corporate actions provider CMM Group to a £38m turnover business, then merging in 2007 with DSI to become DSICMM Group, finally selling to DST International in 2010.  Marcus Craggs is founder of litigation support services Millnet, a leading independent provider of electronic discovery, e-disclosure and e-document services to the legal, financial and corporate sectors.  Millnet Ltd remains a separate company from the newly created Millnet Document Solutions Ltd.

Yolanda Noble comments, “I’m very pleased to be back in the industry after a short break, and focusing on the specialist areas that we know well and where the future of successful document services firms lies.  Many markets are coming under increasingly demanding regulation, and therefore need to be extremely precise and comprehensive about their communications.  The art of this kind of business is to combine expert knowledge, data management capabilities and efficient but effective output techniques and technology. This is not an easy skills and experience combination to achieve, yet the client organisations, whether in professional services, financial services or other regulated corporate sectors, depend on the accuracy and quality of their service suppliers.  Getting it wrong carries huge financial and reputational repercussions for these organisations.”


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