Posted on October 23, 2018 by staff

Queen’s Award-winning digital print firm appoints CTO


MOO, the disruptive digital print and design company , has appointed a chief technology officer as it ramps up its investment in technology.

Marta Jasinska will lead the London-headquartered business’ growing tech division, having previously served as VP of engineering after joining in December 2015.

Founded in 2006, MOO describes itself as a design, technology and manufacturing company on a mission to disrupt the trillion-dollar global print industry.

It boasts a workforce of more than 500 employees across six offices in the UK and US and has customers in over 190 countries worldwide.

Earlier this year, the company won the Queen’s Award for Innovation and is on track to generate sales of £100 million this year.

“MOO is a technology company at its core and I’m excited to lead the extremely talented team, as the company’s commitment to tech investment provides a huge opportunity,” Jasinska said.

“I see the function as integral to MOO reaching and surpassing the £100m revenue landmark and achieving its vision of great design for everyone.”

Jasinska’s technology experience spans mid and large-scale web platform development for sectors including eCommerce, gaming, apps and more.

Prior to joining MOO, she was the director of wevelopment at PhotoBox, having developed her software engineering skills at Shopzilla.

Richard Moross, founder and CEO at MOO, added: “We’re continuing to grow at a rapid pace and Marta’s leadership firmly establishes technology at the heart of our expansion.

“Today’s announcement also makes me immensely proud of MOO’s culture and our fostering of talent which has facilitated this internal appointment. We’re excited to see Marta flourish in this role and inspire the next generation of tech talent.”

MOO says it has nearly doubled its technology investment in the past two years to further improve the digital experience and customer journey.