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At DCM, we understand business communications, and we're expert at executing them. We help clients and agencies deploy unified marketing campaigns across multiple channels. We work with operations teams to automate and streamline document and correspondence management.
DCM's senior management team brings to the table many years of and a proven track record in industries like and .
They're committed to transforming your business communications.
As CEO, Mike oversees all aspects of DCM Communications Management. He leads by establishing high-trust, constructive relationships with each member of the DCM team through dialogue and empowerment. DCM team members are then free to effectively engage and delight customers.
Mike has had a long and successful career in the newspaper publishing business with extensive operational experience in managing print operations. Mike was President and CEO of Sun Media, and integrated Osprey Media into the company when it was acquired by Sun Media in 2007. Mike led the formation of Osprey Media Group in 2001 and it was taken public in 2004 as Osprey Media Income Fund. Prior to forming Osprey, Mike was President of Hollinger Canadian Newspapers L.P. and President and CEO of family-owned Armadale Communications. Most recently, Mike has been a Managing Director at Beringer Capital, a private equity firm based in Toronto, Canada that focuses on the marketing services, specialty media and advertising industries in North America.
In addition to Mike’s work at DCM, he is a Director of Yellow Pages Limited and is involved in a number of not for profit organizations including as Chairman of the Board of Governors of St. Andrews College in Aurora, Ontario.
Mike holds a B. Comm (Honours) from Queen's University.
As CEO, Greg has overall operating responsibility for DCM. He has initiated and is leading the repositioning of DCM to a marketing strategy and execution service provider, and he’s responsible for the cultural transformation of this 60-year-old industry-leading company.
Greg has had an extensive career in marketing services, communication, and event management, as well as private equity investment. He began his marketing career in product management with General Electric, then worked with S.C. Johnson. In 1981 he bought into Mariposa Communications. By 1997, when the company was sold to Mosaic Group, he and his partner had built the largest event company in Canada.
In 2001 he became a lead investor in Pareto Corporation, a start-up marketing services business which became a publicly traded entity in 2004. He served as a director until 2010, when the company was sold to a private equity firm.
In 2011 Greg joined VRG Capital, a private equity family office; there he served as lead investor and director in a number of public and private companies including Wheels Group, Jones Brown Insurance Brokerage, Founders Advantage Capital, and GlobeAlive Technology Partners. In 2016 he joined DCM as an investor and director; he resigned as director when he became President in November 2016. In June 2018, Greg was elected a director once again and appointed CEO upon the retirement of Mike Sifton.
Greg is currently on the advisory boards of Kensington Capital and the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
He is a founding donor of the Centre for Business Venturing at Queen’s University and is on the advisory board of “Capitalize 4 Kids,” Canada’s premier investment conference. He has served on boards for groups and associations including Junior Achievement, The Down Syndrome Association of Toronto, The Canadian Business Hall of Fame, and St. Joseph’s Health Centre. In 1992, Greg received Canada’s 125th Commemorative Anniversary medal for volunteerism in the community.
Greg has an MBA from the Smith School of Business, and a BBA from Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
As President, Mike maintains responsibility for all aspects of DCM’s day-to-day operations including revenue, people, and profit. Mike is committed to continuous learning and is passionate about the power of positive culture and unleashing potential in individuals and teams.
Previously at Purolator, recognized as Canada’s leading integrated freight and parcel solutions provider, Mike held progressively senior leadership roles, the most recent being Senior Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer. In that role, he maintained responsibility for sales and marketing; sales operations; corporate development and strategy; alliances; revenue management; and communications. Prior to Purolator, he practiced corporate commercial and real estate law at Goodmans LLP, one of Canada's premier transaction law firms.
Mike holds a BA in Economics from Colgate University; a law degree from the University of Windsor; and an MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. Mike was co-captain of the football team at Colgate during his senior year and was selected by the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL’s 1988 player draft.
Most recently, Mike earned his ICD.D Designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
James is a senior finance professional with more than 20 years of capital markets and senior leadership experience, having previously worked extensively as an investment banker advising leading small and mid-cap, high growth companies.
He began his investment banking career with Midland Walwyn Capital (now Bank of America Merrill Lynch) and subsequently was a co-founder, head of investment banking and a member of the executive committee of Clarus Securities, a leading Canadian institutional-focused investment dealer. He later held a senior role with Ludwig Wessel & Associates, a boutique executive search firm specializing in the capital markets, and then advised a private equity fund and its portfolio companies on debt & equity financings and mergers & acquisitions, prior to joining DCM in May, 2015.
At DCM, James plays a key role in the strategic direction of the Company, helping align business and finance strategy to support the long term direction of the Company, and developing and implementing capital markets and M&A strategies. He leads the finance & accounting team to ensure financial compliance and communication of value and risks to investors and our board of directors, and is responsible for providing the proper financial planning and analysis tools and leadership to the organization. James also supports corporate initiatives to drive business and process improvement changes to add value.
James holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University and an MBA from the Ivey Business School at Western University.