Mike Collinge, President & CEO
3480 Pharmacy Ave. Toronto, ON M1W 2S7
Email: [email protected]
Webcom is a leading Canadian book manufacturer servicing global and independent publishers for over 40 years. Webcom offers state-of-the-art digital inkjet printing and traditional offset book printing, binding, distribution, and warehousing. With over 180 employees, our focus is to provide printing solutions for publishers of all sizes in trade, education, directory, professional and reference markets. Over the years, we have completed thousands of projects with different levels of complexity, specification requirements, and turnaround options.
Since 2011, Webcom has invested over $30 million in leading-edge digital inkjet technology to provide an end-to-end full service publishing solution. In June 2016, Webcom was selected as HP’s original collaborator on the worldwide launch of the HP OneBook solution. This powered Webcom’s new print-on-demand solution, BookOnDemand, providing production flexibility, order efficiency and faster turnarounds from quantities of 1 to 100’s.
Webcom has proudly sponsored many events and organizations in the Canadian Publishing industry including Tech Forum presented by BookNet Canada, ACP Annual General and Mid-Winter Meetings, Word on the Street Toronto, Interquest Digital Book Printing Forums, Canadian Printing Industries Scholarship Trust Fund (CPISTF) and more. Mike Collinge, President and CEO of Webcom is actively involved with publishing industry advocacy and leadership, and has served as President of the Book Manufacturers’ Institute. He has also held leadership roles with the Book and Periodical Council and the Canadian Book Manufacturers’ Association.
In recent years, Webcom has sponsored printing of various humanitarian projects such as the IBBY and House of Anansi Sidewalk Flowers initiative to donate children’s books to Syrian refugee families upon their arrival to Canada. In May 2016, Webcom sponsored the printing of From the Sky: Stories of the Women Who Inspire Us, published by Novalis and World Literacy Canada in collaboration with the First Nations Youth Storytelling program and written by First Nations students.