Todd Matuska Promoted to President, CEO of ENPOINTE
On July 15, Todd Matuska was promoted to President, CEO of ENPOINTE. As leader of the company, Matuska will oversee all operations for both the agency and print divisions, and will report to Gary Garner, Founder and Chairman.
Having held a successful 31-year career in commercial print, labels, packaging, pre-media and marketing, Matuska has a well-rounded background in many areas of client marketing.
“I am humbled and honored to be entrusted with the leadership role at ENPOINTE. Our rich history has positioned our organization to continually change with the demands of the market, driving results for our customers. In 2020, we merged our marketing agency (NEXT Precision Marketing) and GLS Companies under one unified customer-focused organization, ENPOINTE. I am eager to continue our unique strategic direction and help our customers strengthen their brands,” Matuska said.
Matuska has led sales teams across various print and marketing organizations holding multiple leadership roles for RR Donnelley, Walter G. Anderson and Graphic Packaging International. Understanding client needs and pain points are his catalyst to creating strategic and creative ways to impact results.
Of Matuska being promoted, ENPOINTE Founder and Chairman Garner said, “Over the past three years under Todd’s leadership as Executive VP of Sales and his role on the Executive team, he has made an incredible impact in transforming our organization into a marketing services agency coupled with a multi-faceted print organization focused on taking our customers to a new level. Now, ENPOINTE moves forward as a single entity with a new strategy that delivers end-to-end marketing. I am confident that with Todd’s proven leadership, knowledge and passion for our customers and company, he will lead ENPOINTE and our team members to new success.”
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