It's with great pleasure that we welcome David Gamage and his Earth Island team to represent INKISH. The UK is one of the most important markets in the global printing industry, and with Earth Island as partner INKISH UK will be served the best possible way. "Earth Island is, by far, one of the most exciting publishers in the printing industry. With multiple brands under its wings, INKISH becomes a brand that supports not only the British viewers but also brings great stories from the UK to the rest of the world.", Editor Morten Reitoft says. "INKISH has developed to become a recognized source of information over the past years, and we believe that together we can create a unique media equally important to the British industry as to other markets," Managing Director David Gamage continues.

INKISH is fully represented by Earth Island and will serve both local as well as global customers.

For further information, please reach out to:
David Gamage · david@inkish.tv
Morten Reitoft · mre@inkish.tv

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