Oluyomi Ojo steps down as Printivo CEO after 7 years in office
Printivo Founder, Oluyomi Ojo has stepped down as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the digital printing company effective immediately. The tech enthusiast announced this in a blog post titled; My Watch has Ended.
“Today marks my last day as Printivo’s CEO. It’s been a journey loaded with exciting moments and some of life’s greatest lessons. I will always be grateful for the opportunity to build Printivo from scratch,” Oluyomi said in the blog post.
The former CEO also announced his replacements, noting that Temitope Ekundayo and Ibukun Oloyede, with whom he worked and built Printivo over the past six years, will now be leading Printivo’s ambition in helping small businesses and designers print better.
Oluyomi Ojo is a 2008 graduate of Applied Mathematics from Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomosho. He has some experience in graphic design and printing gained from family business prior to graduation. He teamed with 2 other friends to translate his dream into reality by establishing Printivo.com on the 22nd of Jan, 2014.
On the 22nd of Jan, 2014, we opened our doors at Printivo to help Nigerian small businesses print better. It’s been a great ride working with some of the best humans — Team members, investors, Printivo customers, and Nigerian creatives
Printivo is a design and printing company that aims to help small businesses in Africa print marketing and business materials with ease. As an online print shop offering SMEs affordable quality prints, the company makes print easy for SMEs to market their business.
One of Printivo’s selling points is taking off the stress for SMEs and other blue-chip company officials from leaving their offices to look for printers. Customers can design their products on the Printivo website as they have many designs that customers can actually customise to their taste in real-time. Printivo prides itself as an online shop with an offline face.
The digital printing company services more than 20,000 customers comprising mostly SMEs. But it also has big companies like Etisalat, Konga, Cornerstone Insurance, Google, Samsung, Sahara Energy, Nigerian Stock Exchange etc under its belt.
Oluyomi said he will continue to serve as a director on Printivo’s board and he will keep supporting the team. He also expressed his interest to continue building and providing solutions to problems.
I love to build, I love to solve problems, and if there is anything we have an abundance of in today’s complex world, it is problems. So we build again
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