Smooth Operator: Erwin Widmer, Ugra

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Paul Lindström

To qualify as a Smooth Operator in our view, you need to have a proven track record of leading a print or publishing company, or as a manufacturer of graphic art products, through challenges and changes into profit and growth.

This is certainly true for Erwin Widmer, who joined Ugra, the Swiss graphic arts research centre, in 1990 when much of the funding was guaranteed by the government.

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