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MacDermid appoints global program manager for its Flexo Xperience Center

January 25, 2022  By PrintAction Staff

MacDermid Graphics Solutions names Meghan Richburg as global program manager, Experience Centre. Richburg’s primary responsibilities will include managing the day-to-day operations and providing outstanding experiences for visitors of the Flexo Xperience Center (FXC) at MacDermid Graphics Solutions.

Richburg first joined MacDermid Graphics Solutions in 2016 as a summer intern. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s in marketing, Richburg joined MacDermid as marketing associate. She has been integral in building MacDermid’s social media presence and implementing marketing programs globally.

As global program manager, Experience Center, Richburg will be responsible for the marketing and operations of FXC. This includes creating experiences with centre partners, event planning and execution, managing resources for successful centre visits, and optimizing technology for virtual and remote use of the centre. Richburg will also manage all MacDermid events outside of FXC.


“Meghan’s new role is not only well deserved, but also vital for the success of FXC. Over the past five years, she has successfully assisted in planning and executing all shows and events for MacDermid. In the past year, Meghan has worked closely with the entire team planning the FXC. Meghan’s dedication to MacDermid and the project has been key in the company’s ongoing transformation. I am excited to witness her growth and future successes,” said Leigh Carpenter, global marketing manager at MacDermid Graphics Solutions.

FXC is located in Atlanta, GA, and is scheduled to open in the first half of 2022. The centre will be the first of its kind to bring the industry’s best innovation providers together in one place. The FXC will combine both hands-on and virtual visits for a “one-stop-shop” for the package printing industry’s entire workflow and to experience the latest flexographic printing innovations.

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