Ballyprint are delighted to welcome the latest addition to our hardworking team! Elaine Hamill steps into the new role of Managing Director at Ballyprint, and will be responsible for overseeing the day to day running of our very busy company. This is a key role, and will allow us to maximise efficiency and ensure that we always provide the best possible service. With the recent and very exciting acquisition of Impro Printing in Belfast, Elaine’s appointment will allow our CEO – Aaron Klewchuk – to divide his time between overseeing both the continued expansion of Ballyprint and Perfect Day Print, and his ambitious plans to build on Impro’s impressive past record and establish the company as a leading B2 print house. Our new dynamic duo of Aaron and Elaine are excited at the possibilities ahead for our growing family of companies, which will be working together to provide an unrivalled range of printing services to the whole country – and beyond!
Elaine has an impressive background in the retail industry over the past 30 years, and has spent over 20 years as a retail manager. She was with River Island for 19 years, and for the last 7 years has been in a management position with ScrewFix – we’re very lucky that Elaine will be bringing all those years of experience to Ballyprint!
Elaine is also currently completing a Level 5 CIPD Diploma in People Management – which she describes as something of a challenge, given that she hasn’t studied for anything since taking her A Levels! We’re sure that she’ll pass with flying colours, and look forward to Elaine working with us!
Ballyprint scoops again at Irish Print Awards!
On 6th May 2022, the Irish Print Awards took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dublin Airport. Aaron Klewchuk – along with partner Sarah Connolly of Perfect Day Print – made the journey to the gala event and was proud to once more pick up not only the Gold award, but...
Harryville Homers win with Ballyprint
Ballyprint owner Aaron Klewchuk was proud to present the new away kit to Harryville Homers FC for the 2021/22 season. We've been involved in supporting Harryville Homers for about 7 years now, and we're proud to continue such a long standing relationship by continuing...
Time to pause for thought
It's one year since we first experienced lockdown, as the world reeled under the impact of Covid-19. With restrictions still largely in place and hitting many businesses incredibly hard, Aaron Klewchuk takes time to look back on a rollercoaster of a year, and how...