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New CCO to strengthen Onlineprinters management team
Christian Würst will be responsible for Marketing, Sales and Customer Service
Christian Würst brings years of experience in controlling multi-national companies in the field of e-commerce and communication technology. Previously, the 44-year-old was CEO of affilinet GmbH and Executive Vice President Strategy of 1&1 United Internet AG. He also worked for Thomas Cook AG, where he was Director of Marketing, Sales & E-Commerce, and the Boston Consulting Group.
Together, CEO Michael Fries, CFO Dirk A. Müller and CCO Christian Würst make up the management team of the Onlineprinters group.
"Within 13 years, the Onlineprinters group has evolved from a print shop with a staff of 20 or so into a European e-commerce market leader with more than 1,300 employees. We continue to see great potential for growth in the market for printed marketing media ordered online. We are convinced that Christian Würst will contribute his e-commerce expertise to the ongoing success of Onlineprinters," says Michael Fries, CEO of the Onlineprinters group.
The video "A look behind the scenes of Onlineprinters":
Onlineprinters GmbH - diedruckerei.de
The Onlineprinters Group is one of Europe's leading online printers, has more than 1,300 employees and produced over 2.5 billion printed products last year. Through its 18 web shops, the group delivers printed products to 800,000 customers in 30 European countries. Internationally, the online print provider is known under the brand name of Onlineprinters, in Germany it operates as diedruckerei.de. UK's market leader Solopress and Scandinavia's key player LaserTryk are part of the Onlineprinters Group. The product assortment comprises more than 1,500 printed products from business cards, stationery and flyers to catalogues, brochures and large-format advertising systems. Onlineprinters produces customized products on an industrial scale: The company's pillars of success are online sales, IT-based production and "gang run printing". The latter uses so-called combined blocks to collectively produce print jobs which minimizes costs and reduces the environmental impact.