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  • Ron Patterson resurfaces as M&M Binders marketing manager

    Ron Patterson, former Printing Industries Association of Australia (Printing Industries) Victorian state manager, is teaming up with the Todisco family after being appointed as the new sales and marketing manager for M&M Binders in Melbourne.

    The appointment comes just over half a year after Patterson departed Printing Industries and as M&M Binders launches a new website, scheduled to go live this week.

    For Patterson (pictured), the new appointment represents an opportunity to share the industry’s ‘best kept secret’ and to promote the benefits of the binder’s new website.

    “M&M Binders has always been known as the finishing house which could handle the jobs no-one else can do, and that’s certainly still the case,” says Patterson. “But, the past few years the place has been so busy it’s been ‘heads down’, with little time left for self-promotion.

    “The website will just provide a touch-point so that people can browse the wide range of products and services we offer. I know the industry pretty well, and even I was surprised to come down here and see just how expansive the production facilities are,” he says.

    Lenny Todisco, owner and managing director of M&M Binders, says: “Some people seem to have forgotten that M&M Binders is still around, which means we may be missing out on work and some in the industry may be missing out on what we can offer.

    “That’s why, when we knew Ron was available, we decided to give him a call. Ron is a well-respected industry professional with a strong background in sales and marketing, so we believe he’s the perfect person to remind the industry that we are still here – and still producing some of the most challenging binding and finishing work in the country. We’re delighted to have him on board,” he says.

    According to Todisco, the company has the technology, the capacity and the desire to get alongside its clients and help them deliver to the most challenging requirements or deadlines.

    “And we’re not going to hide our light under a bushel anymore,” he says. “We’d welcome people to visit the website and remind themselves of what we do and to pick up the phone and talk to Ron, who will be an invaluable resource to help printers, publishers, finishing houses and other clients to find a solution that suits their specifications, timeframes and budgets.”

    The new website can be found at: