14 May 2014
Tim Flaman leaves West Canadian
CALGARY—Tim Flaman, Vice President of marketing and online business solutions at West Canadian Digital Imaging, has announced his departure from the company after 22 years.

"It has been a very rewarding 22 years. During that time, I have had several roles and started many new ventures at West Canadian; an entrepreneur within the organization. I really enjoyed helping build West Canadian into a great company and community partner… but now it’s time to explore new opportunities," Flaman said in a email.

He will leave at the end of May.

West Canadian was founded in 1952 as a traditional microfilm and reprographic shop. Today, it employs more than 200 staff and has evolved into a digital operation that, in addition to printing, offers graphic design, marketing services, microfilming, document management, and books on demand. It also operates Orangedoor Direct, a marketing services firm that focuses on 1:1, variable print and email campaigns and graphic design.


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