We’ve picked a few of our Look experts to introduce to you personally. Some of us are of course more photogenic than others…good thing this isn’t a beauty contest, consider it more of a talent show.
A visionary with true entrepreneurial spirit, Ed is consistently setting industry standards in the world of Look. With experience at developing and executing Look programs for multi-national sporting events around the globe, Ed brings his incredible insight of process and requirements to each new project. As well as an accomplished business man, Ed is also a very dedicated family man. Right now, Ed is looking for the next product or innovation that will set him even further ahead in his industry.
As the President of The Look Company – Middle East, Jacob is eager to continue to build the services and clients The Look Company currently holds. He has worked with The Look Company in Qatar since 2005 as Sport Manager and has worked with the Qatar Olympic Committee and delivered high profile international events including: Arab Games 2011, 2012 Qatar Total Open (Ladies Tennis), 2012 Qatar Exxon Mobil Open (Men’s Tennis), 2011 World Nine Ball Championships, FINA World Diving Championships, School Olympic Programmes. Jacob looks forward to working with all current and future clients of The Look Company within The Middle Eastern region.
Business Development and Marketing Director
Director of Operations
Freshly grounded in Doha Warren has been in the printing and branding industry for a number of years. He has been involved in running print production facilities for various International events: FIFA 2006, Euro Cup 2007, African Cup of Nations, Confederations Cup, IPL Cricket, FIFA 2010 and has also received an award from Guinness Book of Records for the manufacturing of the World’s Largest T Shirt.
He is driven by his passion for the industry and understanding clients and their expectations. Colors brighten up his day and therefore color management is one of his passions. Warren lives by the philosophy of “Todays quality is tomorrow’s reputation”.