Intergraf Board

The Intergraf Board closely follows the administration and long-term strategy of Intergraf, meeting approx. 4-6 times every year. The Board proposes issues to members and develops strategies for the Steering Committee to implement. The following countries are currently represented on the Board: Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Sweden, the UK. Intergraf's sister association, FTA Europe, also has a seat on the Board.

Board Members

  • President: Ulrich Stetter (DE)
  • Vice-President: Jesper Jungersen (DK)
  • Member: Dick Naafs (NL)
  • Member: Giovanni Olivotto (IT)
  • Member: Ian Wilton (UK)
  • Member: Janina Bluma (LV)
  • Member: Kaarel Ausmes (EE)
  • Member: Wim Buyle (FTA Europe)
  • Member: Ulrijk Wehtje (SE)
  • Member: Katalin Orgovan (HU)


Intergraf Steering Committee

Intergraf’s Steering Committee meets approx. 4 times per year to implement the decisions taken by the Board and General Assembly. The aim of the Steering Committee is to facilitate a continuous dialogue between Intergraf’s management and national associations. It assists the Secretary General in creating and implementing action plans, drafting industry messages and alerting members on initiatives taken at national level. The following countries are currently represented on the Steering Committee: Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Portugal, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Sweden.

Steering Committee Members

  • Chairperson: Monica Scorzino (IT)
  • Member: Paul-Albert Deimel (DE)
  • Member: Katre Savi (EE)
  • Member: Eva Glückman (SE)
  • Member: Theresa Borba (PT)
  • Member: Carsten Bog (DK)
  • Member: Hubert Pédurand (FR)
  • Member: Brecht Grieten (NL)
  • Member: Beat Kneubühler (CH)
  • Member: Craig De Souza (UK)


General Assembly

Intergraf organises a General Assembly every year in late spring/early summer. All Intergraf member associations are invited to attend this meeting, which is hosted each year in a different country by a different member. The purpose of the General Assembly is twofold. Firstly, to inform members about the work of Intergraf. Information about past and future work is communicated, as well as financial information about the association. Secondly, this event allows members to have direct input on the upcoming year and to decide/approve the priorities of the Steering Committee and the Board.

The General Assembly is held alongside Intergraf's Print Matters annual conference.