Mimeo Management Team Readies Company For Next Level Of Growth And Development
Press release from the issuing company
New York – September 4, 2007 – Mimeo.com, the innovator of online, on-demand digital printing for customized business documents and marketing materials, announced today the promotion of John Delbridge to Chief Operating Officer. Delbridge, who formerly served as Chief Financial Officer, will now lead all aspects of Mimeo's operations including new product development, the online user experience, print production, customer service and office operations.
"John's an invaluable member of the senior management team, and has made significant contributions to the company's growth," said Adam Slutsky, Chief Executive Officer of Mimeo.com. "By asking him to take on these new and expanded responsibilities, we have begun to realign our leadership team around our expansion plans. I am confident that in his new role, John will be a key driver of our continued dominance in the online, on-demand printing space."
"As a founding member of Mimeo.com this is a very exciting time for me personally and for all of us who are part of the Mimeo.com team," stated Delbridge. "I'm greatly looking forward to my expanded role and increasing contribution. Mimeo.com is the clear leader in the industry. We are seeing extraordinary growth as the value and convenience of our product offering becomes more widely adapted by businesses of all sizes. My goal is to continue Mimeo.com's rapid development through the introduction of exciting new products and services that leverage our proprietary print on demand technologies."
Delbridge's previous roles with the company included oversight of all financial, legal, and human resources-related initiatives. John holds an MBA in Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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