CHICAGO, Aug 11, 2008 -- InnerWorkings, Inc., a leading global provider of managed print and promotional solutions to corporate clients, announced today that it has acquired New York City-based Mikam Graphics, a leading print management firm.
Mikam Graphics is a recognized leader in the publishing industry and specializes in the procurement and management of catalog, magazine, direct mail and commercial printing services. With headquarters in New York City, Mikam Graphics generated revenue of approximately $30 million in 2007 and has 17 employees, including six sales representatives. In addition to its publishing specialization, Mikam Graphics serves an impressive client roster across a range of business sectors, including retail, insurance, finance, travel, non-profit, communications and professional sports.
"Mikam Graphics has an excellent base of enterprise clients with solid long-term relationships," said Eric D. Belcher, President and Chief Operating Officer of InnerWorkings. "Mikam will be a valuable addition to the InnerWorkings family and will enhance our expertise in supporting the publishing and catalog sectors and add to our already strong presence in the critical New York market."
"Our partnership will allow us to continue to rapidly grow the business by leveraging InnerWorkings' technology, resources and enterprise sales expertise," said Jeffrey Getelman, who along with Donald Pesce and Harris Atkins will continue to manage the operations of Mikam Graphics. "We are confident that the InnerWorkings' platform will appeal to our current clients and will help us to build strong relationships with additional large publishers and retail catalogers."
Since going public in August 2006, InnerWorkings has been aggressively expanding its geographic presence, deepening its domain expertise and growing its sales force to complement its extensive and diverse supplier network.
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