London, United Kingdom and Venlo, the Netherlands – Canon Europe right this moment introduced Taz Nakamasu, Government Vice President Digital Printing & Options (DP&S) for Canon EMEA, has been appointed International CEO Canon Manufacturing Printing (CPP). He replaces Mick Asada who will probably be returning to Tokyo to tackle a brand new Canon Inc. headquarter task on the finish of the yr.
Mr Nakamasu has over 4 a long time of expertise with Canon the place he has served in numerous senior management roles together with Group Government of OIP Small Workplace System Group, Canon Inc, Group Government of Company Planning Growth, Canon Inc, in addition to President of Canon Australia.
For the previous six years, Mr Nakamasu has held the place of Government Vice President, Digital Printing & Options for EMEA the place he has considerably contributed to the strategic route and reformation of this enterprise space and vary of merchandise, options and providers. This included integrating the gross sales and advertising and marketing accountability for Canon Manufacturing Printing’s portfolio into EMEA bringing the know-how even nearer to its prospects. He’ll tackle this new position based mostly in Venlo, the Netherlands from January 1, 2023.
Commenting on the appointment, Taz Nakamasu mentioned “I’m very excited for the chance to guide Canon Manufacturing Printing at such a essential time. For the previous 4 years, underneath Mick’s management, CPP has expanded its portfolio and has centered on new progress areas like Graphic Arts. I sit up for working with the group and persevering with the enterprise evolution.”
Hiro Imamura, at the moment Vice President Advertising & Innovation EMEA Digital Printing & Options, will probably be promoted to Government Vice President DP&S, Canon EMEA. Mr Imamura brings practically 40 years of collective expertise within the printing business and in addition to beforehand working in Canon Inc. and Canon USA gross sales area. He’ll begin on this new position from January 2023. A successor will probably be introduced shortly.