Industry veteran Garry Gunter has re-joined the Mitchell Press’ (Burnaby, British Columbia) executive leadership team as its new President, along with with Co-Owner Dan Castilloux (now CEO), Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing Scott Gray, and CFO Jim Mann. At the same time, David Mitchell has stepped back from overseeing the company’s day-to-day operations (while still maintaining his ownership stake), and will now be fulfilling a long-time desire to work with his wife to fuel her growing skincare business.
Gunter brings an exceptional reputation and a diverse range of industry experience in pre-media, digital, offset, flexography, marketing storefronts, and new communication technologies. “We are excited to have Garry rejoin our team. We knew that he would come back one day and we look forward to his future contributions,” said CEO Castilloux. “We’ve been continually working to diversify the company with our focus on our independence and leveraging under-served areas of the communication business in Canada.”
“Mitchell has always felt like home, and I’m truly excited to contribute to our suite of strategic services that help businesses solve their communication challenges in this very challenging climate.” Gunter added. “I’m looking forward to re-joining a fantastic team.” As mentioned, these moves reflect the fact that the Mitchell Group has re-aligned its leadership team to support strategic growth in under-served areas of professional communications. The company also continues to expand and enrich its suite of communication tools and services “delivering them efficiently with uncompromising results.” The Mitchell Group includes Mitchell Press, Mitchell Digital, and trade-finishing service Pacific Bindery.