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Winds of change: Saleeba joins Konica Minolta

Tuesday, 29 May 2018
By Print 21 Online Article

Tim Saleeba, sales manager production & industrial print, Konica Minolta Australia.

High-profile industry figure Tim Saleeba has been appointed sales manager for production and industrial print at Konica Minolta in Victoria. Saleeba was GM of Canon Professional Print until January 2018.

“As an outsider, I had been impressed by what I’d seen and heard about the culture and go-to-market strategies at Konica Minolta, so when this role became available I knew it was right for me,” Saleeba says.

“The production and industrial print product portfolio will let Konica Minolta provide new opportunities to assist its customers to grow revenues and increase profits. I look forward to helping customers in commercial print understand how Konica Minolta’s digital print offering can help them thrive by addressing the balance between electronic mediums and traditional print.”

The industry veteran will lead the Konica Minolta sales team across the production and industrial print portfolios including its digital production print systems for commercial printers, print franchises, service providers and government and corporates with print rooms.

Konica Minolta sales director David Procter says Saleeba holds “incredible value” as an experienced sales leader in the print industry. “His experience and competence around sales leadership and business strategy will help ensure sales growth in the region,” Procter says. “I look forward to seeing him help lead our commercial print customers to success.”

Saleeba has 20 years’ experience within the print industry. Prior to this role, he was the general manager for Canon Professional Print and he has also held various other roles at Canon including general manager production print group and general manager direct sales.

Headquartered in Sydney, Konica Minolta Australia works with organisations large and small to provide integrated print and content management solutions and services to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase security and achieve sustainability outcomes.

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