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Articles by Ashley Hubka, EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Cimpress

Ashley Hubka oversees corporate strategy and development as well as corporate-level customer/competitive intelligence and brand architecture. She also supervises the capital allocation process as well as analyses and processes designed to maximize the company’s intrinsic value per share. Previously, Ashley was responsible for the strategic direction and performance of several brands in the Cimpress portfolio as well as leading post-merger integration globally. She brings more than 15 years of corporate and strategic development experience to her role.
Prior to Cimpress, Ashley was a partner at Oliver Wyman and held consulting roles at a Mercer Management Consulting and The World Bank. She was director of the U.S.- India Business Council, the premier business advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening the economic and commercial relationship between the United States and India. Ashley also served as board member and head of strategic planning at On The Rise, a non-profit that provides safety, community and advocacy for homeless women. Ashley holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Harvard University and an M.A. in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University.

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Where Is Print’s Place in a Digital World?

Published October 26, 2016

For years, people have been predicting the demise of print – beginning with the dot com boom of the early 2000s and the beginning of the digital age. The industry’s fate, said experts, was all but sealed thanks to the Internet. For distinct segments like printed newspapers, this prediction came true. The Internet and social media has transformed the news landscape in previously unimaginable ways – shifting consumer behaviour away from single paid to multiple often free and certainly freely available news sources.