NEW YORK, Sept. 19 -- Mimeo.com, the leader in online, on-demand digital printing, announced today that the company has leased an additional 5,500 square feet expanding its New York City headquarters to more than 14,000 square feet. According to Mimeo's CEO, Adam Slutsky, the staff has increased by 48% since the beginning of the year from 135 employees to more than 200.
Mimeo's recent hiring included the following additions to its management team: Bob Tack, Director of Sales; Matt Johnston, Director of Web Marketing; and Robert Eric Reeves, Director of Materials. Previously, Mr. Tack was the Director of Strategic Accounts at Standard Register; Mr. Johnston was the Director of Ecommerce at Herman Miller, Inc.; and Mr. Reeves was the Manager of Materials and Operations at Thomas & Betts.
"Our business is growing at an accelerated rate and we will continue to hire top talent to stay in front of our customers' demands for our services," said Adam Slutsky, Mimeo's CEO. "The additional space at our headquarters and the new hires will ensure that our customers continue to receive the exceptional service and quality products they desire."
Mimeo's easy-to-use Web-based technology allows anyone to print and finish any document quickly and with the broadest production options available (black and white print, color print, paper color, inserts, tabs, binding, covers, etc.) and accurately proof the document with a true "what-you-see-is-what-you- get" view of the document. Once an order is placed, Mimeo's highly trained and experienced professionals print, bind, and ship each order at the company's 140,000 square foot print and finishing facility in Memphis, TN. The facility's location in Memphis, the distribution capital of the U.S., enables customers to place orders up to 10 pm at night for next day delivery.
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