Mike Boyle Named As New HP South Pacific Managing Director
HP named Mike Boyle as the new Australian boss as well as New Zealand boss, as the company’s South Pacific managing director.
HP is a popular brand used in many different fields, from home and office use, schools, tarpaulin and custom sticker printing in NZ, Australia, US, and more. Mike Boyle decided to devote his time in graphics solution for Asia-Pacific and Japan. He will continue holding this position until November, when he takes over current South Pacific managing director Paul Gracey.
Paul Gracey served since May as regional leader after Rob Mesaros, but will continue to lead HP’s printining systems business in the South Pacific once Mike Boyle takes over.
Before working in graphics solution, Mike Boyle spent more than 20 years playing different roles in the company. He has lived across Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific for the job.
Prior to that, he served as the overall business operations in Australia and New Zealand. He was responsible for the company’s portfolio of PCs, graphics solution, mobility, printing, 3D and managed services.
He startedworking for HP in 2015 after a year as senior general manager for Canon Australia. He initially worked as internatioal marketing director of Oce, a Netherlands-based print vendor before being acquired by Canon in 2010.
Both Canon and HP have been options for many industries including custom sticker printing in NZ, US, Japan, Australia, and other parts of the world.
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