INDIANAPOLIS, IN – As part of its strategy to ensure long term stability and continued local ownership of the company, HardingPoorman is focusing on succession planning and developing its future leadership and ownership team.
The company is pleased to announce the promotion of Steve Anzalone to President, in addition to his current title of Chief Operating Officer.
“From the onset, our vision has always been to ultimately mentor and coach future owners from our existing staff to ensure HardingPoorman continues to be a locally-owned enterprise,” said David Harding. “Steve and I have worked together since 1987, and I can think of no one better suited for this role. Steve understands the inner workings of both our industry and our company.”
Steve Anzalone became a HardingPoorman partner in 2005 and has held the Chief Operating Officer position for the past five years. In the role of President and Chief Operating Officer, Steve will continue to oversee the manufacturing operation while expanding his engagement in the local and national business and graphic arts communities. He currently serves on the Executive Board of Junior Achievement of Central Indiana and the Indiana Advisory Board of the Great Lakes Graphics Association.
“I am honored to be part of the team leading HardingPoorman and am excited about the opportunity to help our company continue to grow as the market leader in commercial printing,” shares Steve Anzalone.
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