Mimeo.com CEO Adam Slutsky Named Finalist for CEO of the Year by Leading Media Organization

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Nomination Based on Mimeo.com’s Track Record of Innovation and Growth

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"I am very proud of the innovative web-based applications, print workflow, and distribution solutions that we have brought to market"

Mimeo.com, the online printing and distribution company, announced today that CEO Adam Slutsky has been named a finalist for CEO of the Year by WhatTheyThink.com, the print and publishing industry’s leading media organization.

“It is a great honor to be named one of the five finalists for CEO of the Year" said Mimeo.com CEO Adam Slutsky. "The nomination is a reflection of the accomplishments of the entire Mimeo team. I am very proud of the innovative web-based applications, print workflow, and distribution solutions that we have brought to market as we pursue our vision to power the world's print."

30 CEOs were nominated by the selection committee. Criteria included the CEO’s corporate transformation initiatives and achievements. The winner will be selected by a ballot to be distributed to 2500 printing company executives.

“All of the CEO’s selected have led initiatives which are having a measurable impact on their company’s growth,” said Randy Davidson, WhatTheyThink CEO. “Mimeo.com CEO Adam Slutsky is part of a select group of executives who have an outstanding track record of innovation and leadership.”

The winner will be announced on October 1st in Chicago. Other finalists include Joe Davis, Consolidated Graphics (CGX); Robert Keane, Vistaprint (VPRT); John Lacagnina, ColorCentric Corp. and Joel Quadracci, Quad/Graphics (QUAD).

About Mimeo.com
Mimeo.com is the innovator of online, on-demand cloud printing services. Over 60% of the Fortune 100 rely on Mimeo’s award winning document management tools and print on demand solutions to lower document related costs while improving employee productivity. The privately held company was founded in 1998. Investors include Hewlett Packard (HPQ), Goldman Sachs (GS), Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Harbourvest, and DFJ Gotham.

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