By Jon Robinson
CANADA’S MOST INFLUENTIAL PRINTER 2010:
GROUP I CANDIDATES
Jamie O’Born PA50 2010 #9 ranking
O’Born was named TPH’s youngest top-performing manager across Canada at just 22 years of age, which is the same age that her father was when he began the company – in 1961. In 1989, she launched a subsidiary called TPH Image House, which kept the company in front of the desktop-publishing revolution. Today, O’Born oversees TPH’s 70-plus printing branches across Canada, employing some 450 people. O’Born has been on the Board of Junior Achievement Canada since 2008.
A 3-time Benny Award winner, Allan has led substantial growth in recent years out of multiple commercial printing plants (Calgary, Richmond) and sales offices.
With back-to-back Grand Gutenberg Awards in Canada’s top printing competition, Chartrand has positioned L’Empreinte as one of the country’s highest-quality printers.
Established in 2000, Harb is on an aggressive trade-printing path with a 10-colour perfector and 24-page Goss web, new toner and inkjet, in a 103,000-square-foot plant.
As CPIA Chairman of the Board, McElhinney holds one of the most-important positions in terms of effecting the average commercial printer in Canada.