Epson has appointed a new UK&I managing director, with European SVP Rob Clark taking over from Duncan Ferguson.
Clark (pictured) has been with Epson since 2004 and will also stay on in his European role.
He said: "One thing the current crisis has served to prove is the resilience of Epson overall and the dedication of both the European and UK Epson teams.
"I'm honoured to lead such a fantastic group of people and look forward to us all being back in the office soon."
Clark said a key element of his role will be continuing to shift customers away from laser machines and towards inkjets.
"Our success last year in business inkjet, driving the shift from laser, will continue," he said.
"We see the new ways of working that are evolving as the perfect time for customers to benefit from the inkjet advantages, such as cutting energy usage, boosting productivity and reducing waste."
Ferguson is staying on with the firm as vice president of professional Printing and Robotics, and country manager for Epson UK.
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