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Meet Keith Wilmot, the new Dscoop CEO

Published on March 6, 2017

Keith Wilmot, new CEO of Dscoop, shares his background, his reasons for joining Dscoop, and his vision for the organization moving forward. He has experience as a brand owner and a producer of large events, skills that will help him take Dscoop to the next level with the vision of Innovating Print Together, including more engagement with the design and brand owner community.

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By chris jordan on Mar 06, 2017

Dscoop which I have attended on a number of occasions and rate as one of the better shows around the world is in danger of contributing to the oversupply of shows by making the European event an annual basis. I hope this is not pure greed, but based out of a specific need that Dscoop meets.


By Peter van Teeseling on Mar 07, 2017

@chris the events in Europe cater for the Europe, the Middle East & Africa region and attract an audience from over 35 countries every year. The markets are very diverse (mature in Western Europe, startup in Russia and large parts of Africa) and we get consistent feedback from members that Dscoop provides significant value for them. Based on member feedback we have initiated a program 18 months ago to run local events in various countries that are highly valued and well attended. This is not greed, we are trying to innovate print together and meeting in person is the strongest way to make connections. I'm responsible for Dscoop global operations and our team is working for Dscoop members. Feel free to connect with me on Linkedin or direct via email pvanteeseling@dscoop.org


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