In the last couple of weeks, our Graphic Arts and Print Team has grown rapidly, welcoming many new and experienced faces to the Fujifilm family.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Karl Borsky as Category Manager, Analogue Packaging, EMEA. He will enrich our team with his many years of experience working within the packaging industry. His first role was at Sun Chemical, where he was part of the R&D team working on ink formulation. He then progressed to work for packaging giant Constantia Teich, for over 14 years, with significant experience in analogue and digital packaging Prior to joining Fujifilm, he worked for pigment company Habich, in product development. Karl is well known and respected within the printing sector, which will help him to extend connections for Fujifilm with partners and customers, playing an integral role in increasing sales.
Following last years’ successful exhibitions and a 15-year history of hosting public photo exhibitions, Fujifilm is launching its third printlife@home exhibition.
We invite everyone from all around Europe to share your favorite photos or take new ones inspired by the weekly theme, at fujifilm-printlife.eu from early August until 4th December 2022. You have the chance to win one of our amazing prizes every single week if you are one of the lucky five who get selected each week as winner of the weekly photo challenge.
We still cannot believe that we officially inaugurated our new FUJIFILM Europe Headquarters at last week’s official opening event. Leaving our old HQ in Düsseldorf, Germany for our new home in Ratingen, Germany.
On June 12, 2022, our NEW FUJIFILM Europe Headquarters in Ratingen, Germany was officially inaugurated by Teiichi Goto, President & CEO of FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation. We had the honor to welcome three special guests to this event: Teiichi Goto, President & CEO of FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, Mona Neubaur, Deputy Prime Minister, North Rhine-Westphalia and Mayor Klaus Pesch, City of Ratingen. Additionally, everyone was excited to finally see our new office space, our brand-new showrooms and of course, our new Open Innovation Hub.
Breath – what is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of it? Nature, the feeling when fresh air flows into the lungs, a clear blue sky and letting your gaze wander to the horizon? Perhaps you feel liberated and weightless the longer you open yourself to the impressions of nature.
In today’s world, this feeling of being free in a natural environment is often becoming harder and harder to achieve. Unfortunately, the health sector is not yet the first place where one would expect a relaxed and calming atmosphere connected to nature. But here it seems even more important to connect with nature on closer inspection.