Jatinder Bir Singh of Ek Print dead

Jatinder Bir Singh, the founder of Delhi-based Ek Print, a company specialising in designing, printing and corporate gifting solutions passed away from Covid-19 on 3 May 2021.

05 May 2021 | By PrintWeek Team

Jatinder Bir Singh (18 February 1972 - 3 May 2021)

A well-known name in the commercial printing segment, since its establishment, EK Print created our niche by using the latest technologies and methods for designing and printing quality products with precision, including business cards, letterheads, personalised blister coin cards among others.

Born on 18 February 1972, Jantinder Bir Singh, who was in the business of printing since 1998, established Ek Print in 2006.

Initiating the operations with a pool of designers and outsourcing the print work, Ek Print made humble but nifty investments to keep the business going. Then he invested in a plastic card printing machine and in-house binding capabilities, and then a Konica Minolta digital colour machine C6501, and later, a Monotech Pixeljet UV printer.

However, the company really found its niche when it started offering web-to-print services in 2012.

Singh’s strategy was to use online presence to market its products offline. He was of the opinion that web-to-print should be looked upon as a marketing tool to support offline print business.