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Deborah Corn is the Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse at Print Media Centr, a Print Buyerologist, international speaker and blogger, host of Podcasts From The Printerverse, cultivator of Print Production Professionals the #1 print group on LinkedIn, Girl #1 at Girls Who Print, host of #PrintChat,  the founder of International Print Day and the founder of #ProjectPeacock. She is the recipient of several industry honors and is on the Advisory Board for the Advertising Production Club of NYC. 

As the Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse, Deborah provides ‘printspiration’ and resources to print and marketing professionals through Print Media Centr. She has 25+ years of experience working in advertising as a Print Producer and now works behind the scenes with printers, suppliers and industry organizations helping them create meaningful relationships with customers and members, and achieve success with their social media, content marketing, event marketing and sales endeavors.

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Roy Grossman, founding partner of MSP Digital Marketing, announced today that Dante Mazzocco has joined the company as executive vice president of business development. MSP Digital is a privately held marketing communications and digital services provider. MSP is currently building a national network of companies with a focus on sophisticated variable data print capabilities, specialty direct mail, digital packaging & labels, and large format applications.

Printing Impressions' Upfront Commercial Printing News for April 2009

CLIFTON, NJ—eSA Solutions, the digital technology subsidiary of Sandy Alexander, is relocating to the corporate headquarters here after having installed two seven-color HP Indigo 7000 digital color presses. eSA Solutions was formerly located in Fairfield, NJ. The move will enable eSA to reduce the carbon footprint of its digital operation by taking advantage of synergies in administration, prepress, bindery, transportation and fulfillment.

IT WAS a sad morning in early May when a press release crossed my desk announcing that Roy Grossman, president and CEO of Sandy Alexander in Clifton, NJ, would be stepping down at the end of the month. Executives come and go—then sometimes reappear a few years down the line—so theoretically Grossman’s departure is no big deal. But this magazine and the printing community have lost a great friend—hopefully a temporary situation. The man is Journalism 101, pure gold. Roy Grossman doesn’t “tell it like it is” because he doesn’t pretend to have all the answers, but he’s never been afraid to “tell it

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