The New Zealand Printer Power 50 has received a refresh for 2018.
While nominations have come from all over the print community, judging now takes place through a panel of industry experts. The Power 50 winners will be announced at a cocktail evening at Ponsonby Central in Auckland on December 13.
Last year’s Power 50 saw PMP New Zealand boss Simon Ellis take out the top spot. The results of the Power 50 will be audited by accountancy firm PKF New Zealand.
The judging panel is: Jason Bult, co-chief executive officer, Aarque; Alex Peters, sales and admin, APM; Lisa Hegh, environmental and marketing manager, BJ Ball; Craig Paul, country manager, Currie Group New Zealand; David Taylor, general manager, Cyber New Zealand; Anthony Parnemann, regional sales manager APAC, EFI; Ian Gibson, national business manager Graphic Systems, Fujifilm New Zealand; Michelle Lees, marketing manager, Graphic Solutions Business HP; Anthony Lew, chief executive officer, IQ; Dave Lewis, managing director, Koenig & Bauer; David Gunn, national sales manager, Print ANZ Print & Pack; Ruth Cobb, general manager, PrintNZ; David Allen, country manager, ReDigital; Cade Ogle, chief technology officer, Redshift; Mike Laursen, manager Commercial and Industrial Print, Ricoh New Zealand; Mark Lee, general manager, Spicers New Zealand; Ashton Lines-Sherwood, country manager, Starleaton New Zealand; Tresta Keegan, chief executive officer, Tharstern Australia New Zealand; Morgan John, general manager, Total Supply; and Ian Martin, general manager wrh global.