Oluyomi Ojo, Printivo’s CEO steps down from his role

The CEO of a print-on-demand startup, Printivo, co-founded in 2014 with Temitope Ekundayo and Ibukun Oloyede, Oluyomi Ojo announced stepping down from the role of a CEO via his Twitter handle and a medium post.

Graduating with a degree in applied mathematics from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ojo influenced a design and advertising firm known as Urbanbaze. He utilized the chance he got in the printing industry for SMEs, thus started Printivo in 2014 with his co-founders, Ekundayo and Oloyede.

According to the medium post, Oluyomi Ojo still remains director on Printivo’s board while Ekundayo and Oloyede will continue leading the company towards greater success.

Printivo, Nigeria’s No 1 online print shop that enables all enterprises – ranging from small to large, to print items. Offering services regardless of size, location and print items without the hassles whatsoever.

Under his leadership, the startup got funds from investors including Etisalat, 500 Startups, EchoVC Partners and YouWin – an initiative of Federal Government of Nigeria. Printivo has worked with top brands like Microsoft, Uber, Sterling, Samsung, Deloitte, Google, IrokoTV, British Council, Hotels.ng and BBC.

He also added that if there’s anything of abundance in today’s complex world, it is problems. Thus solutions are built till all problems are diminished.

No doubt the CEO is set to build again , he is set to discover another problem to be solved.

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