Romax targets growth with high-profile appointment
Romax has been featured in PrintWeek for the appointment of industry veteran Wes Dowding as Business Development Director. The article also focuses on future plans to expand Romax and develop a new personalised photo book company – Photoleaf.
Photoleaf, which was in development prior to Dowding joining the business, has gone live this week and will be spearheaded by a national radio campaign on Magic 105.4.
The company will look to roll out a white-label version of the service to holiday and events companies, if you are interested please get in touch.
Based in Greenwich not far from Canary Wharf, Romax is ideally placed for City and London clients as well as perfect for servicing Kent and the South East, if you are in the area please do come and visit us and see for yourself how we produce high quality marketing communications.
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Chairman Robin Sumner, founded Romax in 1997 and will now be driving the photoleaf brand to multiple markets to sell direct to the public and via resellers.
Photoleaf offers personalised canvas prints and calendars as well as photo books for all occasions. Visit www.photoleaf.co.uk to see what you can create with Photoleaf.
Director and Company Secretary. Margaret ran the production environment for 10 years to 2006 and continues to provide insight and strategic input at board level.
Managing Director, Mark Calladine is responsible for successful delivery of all Romax services such as Direct Marketing, Mailing and Digital Print. With an extensive background in the mailing industry Mark has been the driving force behind Romax’s postage savings, and offering clients the best Return on Investment on their marketing communication.
As Romax gears up for a new era of expansion and drive for additional clients. Industry veteran Wes Dowding, with more than 20 years’ experience in the Direct Mail, Digital Printing, and Cross Media sectors, has joined as the role of Business Development Director, responsible for client services, new business and marketing.
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