Domino Digital Printing Solutions appoints new Divisional Directo

  • By Domino Printing Sciences
  • May 29, 2019
  • Digital Printing
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David Ellen, President of Domino Digital printing North America, has been promoted to the global position of Divisional Director of Domino’s Digital printing solutions division. This follows the recent announcement that Robert Pulford, previously Managing Director of the division, has now taken over as CEO of Domino Printing Sciences.

The role will see Ellen, who has spent over 23 years at Domino in management and executive positions in the United Kingdom and the United States, take responsibility for developing Domino’s international digital printing business including managing the global sales channels and the central functions of product management and marketing.

Divisional Director of Domino Printing Solutions David Ellen
“I’m delighted to be taking up the position of Divisional Director – it’s an exciting time at Domino. My goal is to identify and implement strategies that support Domino’s ambitious growth plans and build on our reputation of being the market-leading supplier of digital UV ink jet printing equipment.” David Ellen - Divisional Director of Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions division

David Ellen has led the sales and business management team at Domino Digital printing North America for the past 15 years, as Vice President of Sales for 12 years and then promoted to President in 2016. Prior to his re-location to the United States in 2005, David’s previous roles at Domino included Global Director Commercial Printing, European Director Commercial Printing, UK Sales Manager and UK Account Manager.

Robert Pulford, Domino Printing Science’s CEO comments: “I’m very pleased to announce David’s appointment. He has the experience, knowledge and expertise to drive Domino’s continued growth in the digital printing sector.”

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