EZ Prints CEO Honored with Catalyst Magazine’s “Catalyst 50” Award for Second Year in a Row

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Atlanta-Based EZ Prints today announced its inclusion in the Catalyst Magazine Â?Catalyst 50Â? honoring the top 50 entrepreneurs in Georgia for the second year in a row.

– EZ Prints today announced that its President and CEO, Jamie Bardin, has been included in Catalyst Magazine’s “Catalyst 50”, which recognizes the top 50 entrepreneurs in Georgia, for the second year in a row. “EZ Prints’ year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter revenue growth has just been phenomenal, allowing us a second year in the company of this prestigious group” said Bardin. “The digital imaging space is growing rapidly, and our team has done an exceptional job capitalizing on every single opportunity in front of us over the past few years,” continued Jamie. “I am honored to be a part of such an exclusive group of entrepreneurs in Georgia and feel that this award is reflective of a tremendous team effort at EZ Prints.”

About EZ Prints

Atlanta-based EZ Prints, Inc is a leading digital image management and products fulfillment company serving the retail, consumer, professional, real estate, and digital content markets. The company provides image management tools and photographic print services through a comprehensive suite of technologies and solutions that are tightly integrated with strategic partners in a transparent fashion.

EZ Prints strategic partners include deviantART, CNET Networks / Webshots, Yahoo!, Express Digital – Photoreflect, Printroom, and The New York Times among others. EZ Prints investors include Pennsylvania Early Stage Partners, The Cairnwood Group, The Momentum Fund, The LORE Group, individual private investors, and management.

For more information about our innovative products and solutions or to contact us visit http://www.ezprintsinc.com.

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Jamie Bardin, President & CEO


EZ Prints, Inc.

1890 Beaver Ridge Circle Suite A

Norcross, GA 30071

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