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Pixel Paint Ltd

We are one of NZ's largest digital photo to canvas printers that engages customers into repeat purchases through our emotive product.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Wellington, New Zealand
  • Currency NZD
  • Founded May 2011
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

We digitally print customer’s electronic images onto canvas in a range of sizes, before stretching them round a wooden frame and sending them to their door. Customers can purchase, upload their image and order via our website. We have completed the first phase of our development, turning over $1.3m in 16 months and are now looking to develop our strategy to grow the business with a view to selling it or attracting investment in 12 to 18 months.


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    Rich Fraser
    Managing Director

    5 years as a leader and manager at world class service organisation providing IT hosting, Rackspace, helping it to grow from 15 to 500 employees. Established new service division in UK. Previously held positions as a web designer, project manager and property manager, with experience in management, service delivery, design, copy writing and marketing. BA (Hons) in Graphic Communication & Management.

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    Aaron Waddington

    Aaron is from a manufacturing background and jumped into Digital Print 5 years ago. With a passion for product development, colour management and the technical aspects of print, his skills fit well with development of new products and the systemisation/mass manufacturing of products.

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    Emma Mayer
    Customer Service & Communications

    Emma has a bachelor of Media Arts majoring in Public Relations and Communication. She takes care of, markets to and engages our customers through email, phone and social media channels. She has an excellent attitude/work ethic and embodies the Pixel Paint spirit.


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    Michael Smith, Wellington
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    Andrew Wood, Deloitte