The zipcon consulting team has a new accomplice: Judith Grajewski is the new face within the consulting team of the Essen-based consulting company for the print and media industry. She will be taking over the duties of Sabrina Tenschert, Senior Consultant and member of the zipcon management team, who will be going on maternity leave in mid-November and taking a one-year maternity leave.
Judith Grajewski should be no stranger to most in the printing industry. For 14 years, she worked for the trade magazine Deutscher Drucker; as trade editor, she reported primarily on innovations in the growth market of digital printing, either from trade shows or directly from printing companies. As online editor, she was also jointly responsible for the online portal, print.de, and the development of the publisher’s social media channels. As “transaction editor,” she also worked on content management and marketing strategies.
After a one-year interlude as editor-in-chief of the advertising technology and LFP trade portal, Sign&Print Germany for the Swedish AGI publishing house, the graduate engineer in media technology (FH) remains true to her passion for print and, as a senior consultant at zipcon consulting, now devotes herself to advising and supporting projects for printing companies on their way to a digitized future. She will also take over the management of the Beyond Print blog.
Sabrina Tenschert, who has been accompanying printing companies into the digital future with great professionalism and passion for over ten years and is highly regarded by all sides of the industry for her expertise in e-business print, will be taking maternity leave from November 14. However, she will return to zipcon consulting after a one-year parental leave and will then form the consultant quartet of the Essen-based company together with Bernd Zipper, Max Spies and Judith Grajewski. Sabrina Tenschert is a trained media designer for digital and print media as well as holding a B.Sc. in printing and media technology from the University of Wuppertal and thus ideally combines the theory and practice of e-business print. Over the past few years, in addition to regular market evaluations and analysis activities, she has provided strategic advice to a wide variety of companies in the area of online print and digitization. Her primary goal has always been to create these concepts in partnership and through practice-oriented project management and to accompany them into practice.