EUROPE, October 16, 2001 - httprint has strengthened its team with the appointments of Matt Spencer as eCommerce Sales Director and Carl Trow as Project Management Executive, who between them bring almost 30 years industry experience to the company.
Matt Spencer joins from SR Communications, where he played a key role in the establishment of a Print Management Division to complement the existing operation and offer clients a complete, single source solution. Prior to SR, Matt spent two years at a leading European print group, developing pan-European, logistics partnerships and Internet-based print management solutions for such prestigious clients as Citibank and Hertz Rent-a-Car.
Carl Trow's experience combines a solid technical background obtained through nine years in reprographics with recent print management responsibilities gained at The Manson Group, where he was responsible for accounts such as Reed Business Information and Haymarket Publishing. In 2000, he was appointed 'Reed Business Publishing Account Handler of the Year.'
Of these appointments, European Managing Director Rob North says: "Our tailored eCommerce solutions and print management services are attracting the attention of large, high profile organisations and by continuing to strengthen our team, we are able to provide the level of service, experience and expertise these companies want and expect. Carl and Matt bring with them an understanding of the needs of buyers, suppliers and agents at every stage of the print and print management process which, coupled with their eCommerce experience, is an ideal combination to build on our growth to date and secure our place as market leader."
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