Leskusky Named New President at NAPCO
PHILADELPHIA—North American Publishing Co. (NAPCO), parent company of Printing Impressions magazine, announced that David Leskusky has been named president. Leskusky, 41, succeeds Ned Borowsky, who will become vice chairman of NAPCO alongside his father, Chairman and Founder Irvin J. Borowsky. In his new role, Leskusky will assume all day-to-day operations and report directly to Ned Borowsky.
NAPCO is a leading business-to-business media company serving a variety of market sectors with more than 20 brands, including In-plant Graphics, packagePRINTING, Target Marketing, Dealerscope, Promo Marketing and Publishing Executive.
"I am honored to have the opportunity to now lead this exceptional organization and succeed Ned, who guided us brilliantly through this recent period of evolution,” Leskusky said of his new appointment. “I see a bright future ahead for NAPCO—especially in events and video— and those will be my top priorities."
Leskusky joined NAPCO in 1995 and most recently served as group president of its Promo Marketing Group, among other senior-level positions within the organization during the past several years. In his various roles within the company, Leskusky’s innovative marketing and product development abilities, combined with astute P&L management, have helped NAPCO navigate a rapidly changing media landscape.
“This transition will ensure NAPCO’s mission of continued growth and independence,” said Ned Borowsky. “Dave will lead NAPCO’s transformation into a marketing services powerhouse that is not dependent on magazine revenue, but rather on monetizing every channel where our audience consumes content. Serving NAPCO for the last 30 years has been an honor beyond words and, God willing, I plan to serve as vice chairman for the next 30 years.”