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Why Oluyomi Ojo stepped down as CEO of Printivo

Writer: Joan Aimuengheuwa

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Printivo is a Nigerian-based digital printing company and since its launch, one of the backbones behind its success has been Oluyomi Ojo, co-founder, who was also the CEO.

But guess what? Yesterday, he announced he’s stepping down from the position of the CEO via a medium post.

“Today marks my last day as Printivo’s CEO,” he wrote.

“It’s been a journey loaded with exciting moments and some of life’s greatest lessons. I will always be grateful for the opportunity to build Printivo from scratch and serve over 20k small businesses and creatives across Nigeria,” he added.

He’d now serve as a director on the company’s board while he keeps ensuring its growth. Taking over the position of the CEO are the two brains also behind the company’s success, Temitope Ekundayo and Ibukun Oloyede. They will lead the company in further achieving its missions and visions.

Still on the journey of solving problems in our complex world, Oluyomi says he will continue on this road.

“I love to build, I love to solve problems, and if there is anything we have an abundance of in today’s complex world, it is problems. So we build again…” he concluded.

Founded in 2014 by Oluyomi Ojo, Temitope Ekundayo and Ibukun Oloyede, Printivo is an online printing company that provides free templates created by designers across Nigeria.

One of its goals is to provide an enabling environment where printing is made easy, affordable and accessible to Nigerian businesses and individuals.

Printivo has built a full-service digital platform, leveraging visual creative and design skills. It provides services to SMEs, offering design support, delivery across Nigeria, custom upload service, e-commerce, and places its clientele as a priority.

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So far, the company has raised over $160,000 from investors including 500 Startups, LoftyInc Capital Management, Ventures Platform, Idris Ayodeji Bello, and EchoVC Partners.

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