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Mulligan keeps GAMAA on a roll

Tuesday, 02 December 2008
By Print 21 Online Article

Mitchell Mulligan has served on GAMAA’s executive committee for the last six years. Now, has takes over as president.

Previously serving as vice president, Mulligan (pictured) takes over from Alastair Hadley, and will hold the position for two years. He joked that the selection process may not have been on par with the recent US election, but he was still pleased to hear the news.

"I’m honoured to be elected as president," Mulligan said.

Mulligan’s decision to run for president was based on his desire to give something back to an industry he has long been a part of, namely as manager of Bottcher Australia.

"I would like to continue the legacy left by Alastair Hadley in building a healthy and sustainable industry through promotion, support, development and education," he said.

Ian Martin of Ferag Australia has been appointed to the role of vice president. In addition to being a GAMAA executive, Martin is also a member of the Pacprint09 board.

The 27-year veteran looks forward to furthering his involvement with the Australian printing industry.

"I view my appointment to the role of vice president as an even greater opportunity to contribute," he said.

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