Meet Natasha Lahlouh
Let’s take a moment to meet the family behind Lahlouh, Inc! As business owners, we’ve always celebrated the fact that we are a family-owned and operated business and pride ourselves on maintaining a family feel with our employees and clients.
We decided to create a series that showcases the individual personalities behind the name. Each of them have taken a different path into the print industry and have grown into their professional careers over time with the help and mentorship of the Lahlouh team. Next up is Natasha Lahlouh. Read on to learn a little more about Natasha and her path to print!
How long have you been at Lahlouh?
Officially, since May of 2012. Unofficially since 1989.
I can solve a Rubik's Cube in under 2 minutes. My record is 1 minute and 2 seconds!
What role do you currently hold? What roles have you held in the past?
I oversee Rev One, Lahlouh’s Strategic and Tactical Design Agency subsidiary. I’ve worked in Human Resources, Online Solutions, and Quality Assurance.
Best advice you’ve received since you started your professional career?
Don’t be afraid to do the right thing, even if you have to deviate from processes or policies.
Favorite memory from working at Lahlouh?
I can’t pick one favorite memory, because I have professional and personal memories intertwined. Every time we’ve completed a challenging job at Lahlouh, there is an enormous sense of pride I feel. One thing that really sticks out for me is the recognition of every person behind the magic. Lahlouh truly is a special place and we wouldn’t be who we are without everyone’s contributions. Because of our team at Lahlouh, we are fortunate to be able to relive that memory and feeling of pride, job after job.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to get into the print industry?
Print is changing. So don’t get too caught up in what print used to be. It’s good and important to know the history of print. But it is just important to know where we are going in order to stay relevant. Keep your eyes peeled for the changes.
What do you think the future of the print industry looks like? How do you think that will impact Lahlouh’s future growth?
The future of print will be even more ingrained with technology and automation. Nothing can replace the tangibility Lahlouh provides for their clients. But how we did will determine our future and our growth.
If you could give your younger self one piece of advice, what would it be?
Keep your head up. When things get hard, stay resilient.
Does Natasha’s story resonate with you?
Reach out and connect with her on LinkedIn here!