One of The Biggest Things to Ever Happen to Small Businesses.
Founded in 1995 and having launched our first commercial website in 2000, Vistaprint is an e-commerce pioneer and the world’s leading online design and print solution for small businesses worldwide. Through a revolutionary business model, patented technologies and direct marketing expertise, we have developed algorithmically driven software to deliver the best cost, quality, and convenience of graphic design and printing. And that’s just the beginning.Vistaprint embraces ingenuity and originality and is a highly transparent, high-energy place to work. Here, you won’t be confined by a job description or four department walls. You’ll work cross-functionally with people from all aspects of our business and you’ll understand how every facet ultimately affects our bottom line.
Robert Keane is the president and CEO of Vistaprint, the company he founded in 1995 to provide small businesses with everything they need to market their business. Bringing knowledge in direct marketing, desktop publishing, manufacturing operations and strategy, Robert has led Vistaprint to the success it has achieved to date.
A veteran of the small business market, Robert's vision for Vistaprint emerged from his experience with the development of a retail kiosk design and printing system and from his in-depth knowledge of the small business desktop publishing software market.
Robert previously served as an external consultant to Microsoft with the Microsoft Publisher desktop publishing product team for whom he researched and advised on the graphic design and printing needs of small businesses in Europe. He earned his B.A. in Economics from Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass. and his M.B.A. from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.
Dr. Hansen has served as our Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and
Supply Chain and Chief Manufacturing Officer since July 2012. Prior to
his current role, Dr. Hansen led our Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Capabilities organization since May 2011 and was promoted to Senior Vice
President in January 2012. He joined Vistaprint in May 2010 as Vice
President European Print Operations and Plant Director of Vistaprint's
Venlo production plant, serving in these roles until April 2011. Prior
to joining Vistaprint, Dr. Hansen worked at ASML since January 2007
where he served as Senior Director for Build Operations, Manufacturing
Engineering, Quality, New Product Introductions, and Industrial
Engineering. In July 2000 he was an Associate of McKinsey's Duesseldorf
Office and had become an Associate Principal by the time he left at the
end of 2006. Dr. Hansen received a Ph.D. rer. nat. from the University
of Konstanz in Physics. He is an officer of reserve of the German Navy
and authored a book on Capex Excellence in 2009.
Don Nelson currently serves as Executive Vice President,
Capabilities at Vistaprint. In this role, he is responsible for the
global Capabilities team that focuses on delivering strategic outcomes
through the combination of people, process, and technology. The
Capabilities team partners with the business to deliver measurable and
strategic outcomes in areas such as automated manufacturing, dynamic
marketing, optimized supply chain and logistics, state of the art call
centers, web experience, technical infrastructure and operations, and
strategic partnerships. Don joined the company in 2006 where, prior to
assuming the role of chief information officer in 2008, he served as
senior vice president of Capabilities Development for the company.
brings over twenty years of experience in the consulting and technology
industries. Prior to joining Vistaprint, he served as chief information
officer at Sapient, where he started in 1993 as a software engineer,
then later as vice president before assuming the role of chief
information officer in 2001. In his thirteen years at Sapient, Don had
direct responsibility for leading project organizations focused on
delivering solutions to Fortune 500 clients such as Wells Fargo,
Hallmark, Cooper Tire & Rubber, Janus and Kodak.
Don received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Gordon College.
Trynka Shineman joined Vistaprint in March 2004 and currently
serves as Executive Vice President, Global Marketing and Chief Customer
Officer. Trynka brings over 15 years of experience in market research
and analysis, strategic planning, database marketing and e-commerce to
Vistaprint. Prior to assuming her current role in July of 2012, Trynka
served as president of the North American business for which she oversaw
the planning, strategy, finance, legal, HR and marketing for the North
American business unit.
Before joining Vistaprint, Trynka served
as a director and senior manager for PreVision Marketing, an Inc 500 and
Software 500 innovator in the direct marketing field where, during her
eight year tenure with the company, she developed programs for several
major accounts. Trynka holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology
from Cornell University, and a Masters of Business Administration degree
from Columbia Business School.
Ernst Teunissen joined Vistaprint in October 2009 and currently
serves as the company’s executive vice president and chief financial
officer. In this role, Ernst oversees the worldwide finance operation
with responsibility for the company’s accounting and control; corporate
strategy; financial planning and analysis; investor relations; and tax
and treasury operations.
Before joining Vistaprint, Ernst was a
founder and director of two corporate finance and management consultant
firms: Manifold Partners from May 2007 through September 2009 and
ThreeStone Ventures Limited from June 2003 through September 2009. From
August 1999 to February 2003, he served as an executive director in
Morgan Stanley’s Investment Banking Division in London. From February
1997 to July 1999, he was a senior associate director in Deutsche Bank’s
Investment Banking Division in London and Singapore.
Ernst holds a
Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Oregon
and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Nijenrode University, The
Netherlands School of Business.