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Denmaur co-founder and MD Nick Gee to retire

Nick Gee, managing director and co-founder of Denmaur has announced he will retire next spring

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Denmaur co-founder and managing director, Nick Gee, will retire in April 2024 at the end of the company’s financial year

Managing director and co-founder of Denmaur, Nick Gee, has announced he will retire from the business at the end of April 2024.

Having founded Denmaur with Mike and Denise Gee in 1983, Nick has been at the helm ever since having grown the company from a publishing paper supplier to a national paper and board merchant. 

Today, Denmaur employs 140 people and has divisions covering stockist paper and board, publishing and corporate, and Reel Fast, Denmaur’s customer and trade conversion service in the West Midlands.

Gee’s retirement coincides with the end of the company’s financial year, but also with the company’s 40th anniversary. This is something Gee describes as an incredible landmark having only intended for the company to be a summer job.

“I am extremely proud when I look back at what we’ve achieved as a business – the people that we have employed in our company, as well as the extraordinary number of loyal and wonderful customers who have helped to make Denmaur the company it is today,” Gee says.

Gee’s brother Mike will become vice chairman whilst Gee takes on the role of CEO until his retirement. Andy Buxton will now become Group managing director and Doug Jessop has been promoted to managing director of Denmaur’s media division. Harry E Gould Jr remains as chairman and Robert Gould remains as board director. 

“We have a tremendous team of professionals within Denmaur who possess both the drive and desire to take the company into the next phase of its evolution,” Gee continues. “For me, retirement is an opportunity to realise some lifelong ambitions, many of which revolve around travelling, enjoying even longer skiing holidays, and relearning how to sail.

“I would like to thank my fellow board members, alongside all of our valued customers and suppliers, and of course, our great team of employees (past and present) who have helped to make the last 40 years an absolute pleasure.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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