Chicago, IL — During a private event at the PRINT 19 show in Chicago, the Association for PRINT Technologies announced the recipients of the 2019 Harold W. Gegenheimer Awards.
Named for the former Association President and Baldwin Technology Company Chairman Emeritus, the two Gegenheimer awards recognize an individual and a company that demonstrate enduring commitments to the benefit of the print industry.
This year’s recipients are HP Inc. and Malkon “Mal” Baboyian, Canon Oce (Retired).
Founded in 1939 by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, HP has come to be known as one of the foremost leaders in technology and in the digital print space. HP has been a long-time supporter of the Association for PRINT Technologies with several people serving on its Board of Directors. HP has been recognized for its long-standing commitment to the print industry as a whole and to the association.
Mal Baboyian has served on various committees and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association for PRINT Technologies for more than a decade, serving as Chairman from 2015-2017 and as Immediate Past Chair from 2017-2019.
His tireless commitment over his 30+ year tenure to building the Production Printing Systems business at Canon Oce and his participation in the betterment of the print industry has made a profound positive impact that truly deserves being recognized.
Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech)
The Association for PRINT Technologies provides a forum to inspire the development of new and valuable print products. We educate, provide market research, and foster collaboration between those who create and those who imagine. We are the industry association entirely focused on the future of print. Our members are the creative minds that love to innovate, and the leaders who stand ready to create the future. We exist to facilitate the evolution of physical experiences in our increasingly digital world. For complete information about the Association, its programs, and its member companies, visit: www.PRINTtechnologies.org or phone: 703/264-7200.