Ekundayo becomes Printivo’s new Chief Executive Officer

Ekundayo becomes Printivo’s new Chief Executive Officer

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Digital printing company, Printivo, has appointed Temitope Ekundayo as its new Chief Executive Officer(CEO). Ekundayo confirmed the appointment by updating his profile on both Twitter and LinkedIn yesterday.

Oluyomi Ojo announced stepping down as the CEO of Printivo in August, which gave Temitope Ekundayo and Ibukun Oloyede, both long-standing executives at Printivo, a chance to take up the role. Ekundayo was then appointed

Will there be growth and development?

Formerly the head of growth, Ekundayo is said to have passion for growth, sales, customer experience strategies to scale up and grow tech-enabled companies. His responsibility as CEO is to significantly grow the business and help Printivo achieve more milestones in years to come.

According to him in an exclusive interview with Techcabal, he said: “My plan to move the company forward is multilayered but it’s most hinged around cutting-edge creatives and strategic partnership. As a tech company, we will continue to delight our customers by using technology to foster access to premium print and great services across the board.”  

Is he capable of running two platforms?

Asides from his new position, Ekundayo is also the co-founder and head of growth at a blockchain technology startup, GetEquity. He was asked about his intention to manage both platforms efficiently, Ekundayo told Techcabal:

“I always devote 100% to everything I do. They are two different tangential businesses and with a solid team. I’ve been able to run both effectively and I doubt it will get to a point where I can’t effectively run both of them.”

He is said to be the mastermind of Promostack, an online platform launched by Printivo in November 2020. It allows Africans discover and order customised gifts and promotional items around the world from the comfort of their homes and offices

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