Ken Hanulec is a veteran print industry marketer who has help with the market adoption of key digital print technologies in his 30+ year career in the graphic arts. As vice president of marketing for EFI’s Inkjet business unit, he is responsible for global initiatives for the company’s rapidly growing inkjet print technology, directing a product management staff for wide- and superwide-format industrial and production technologies in the signage and graphics, label, packaging, textile and ceramic decoration and flooring spaces. He also serves on ISA’s Board and Chairs ISA Suppliers/Distributors Council Steering Committee.
Immediately prior to joining EFI, Hanulec was vice president of global operations for digital print on demand provider Hubcast (now part of Mimeo). He got his start in digital print technology sales and marketing in 1991, working in client education, product management and sales positions, respectively, with Linotype-Hell, Mitsubishi Imaging. He joined Creo (now part of Kodak) in a sales role in 1995 and was subsequently promoted to be Creo’s vice president of marketing. A graduate of SUNY Oswego, Hanulec is based in EFI’s Manchester, N.H., Inkjet headquarters.