Frank Mallozzi Appointed to UFabrik Board of Directors

The strategic appointment was made to develop growth strategies for the brand across the Americas

Frank Mallozzi (Image courtesy UFabrik)

Frank Mallozzi, former chief revenue officer at Electronics for Imaging (EFI), has joined the UFabrik board of directors. His principal role will be to develop growth strategies for the brand across the Americas.

Last year, Mallozzi stepped back from EFI, where he held various roles including chief revenue officer and senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing over a 25-year period.

During his tenure, he was a key strategist in EFI’s transformation that has seen it metamorphosize from a software company servicing OEM partnerships with its Fiery Color Server into the industrial printer manufacturer of today.

“We are delighted to welcome Frank to the UFabrik board. His strategic business development experience is second to none,” states Robin East, Chief Commercial Officer, UFabrik. “His relationships and insight of the customer journey alongside his technical understanding will drive UFabrik to become the Americas’ No. 1 brand for the retail, event, and exhibitions markets.”

East continues, “Frank is a luminary in the digital printing community where he enjoys a reputation based on widespread trust and respect. His appointment to the UFabrik board represents a supreme endorsement of the UFabrik range, which will not go unnoticed by the industry at large.”

Mallozzi was said to be an integral part of the senior management team that oversaw 45 acquisitions including Printcafé, VUTEk, Jetrion, Cretaprint, Reggiani Macchine, Matan, Rialco, Optitex, and Escada Systems.

Mallozzi remarks, “The UFabrik proposition is super impressive and disruptive. I look forward to expanding the total addressable market and establishing the brand’s market share into a dominant global entity.”

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Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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