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Photo-Me International Deputy Chairman and CEO Serge Crasnianski
Serge Crasnianski
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    I'd give them a zero star if it was available.

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    I worked at Photo-Me International full-time (More than 5 years)

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    You really don't want to work here. There isn't one Pro I could think of.


    Very poor management, very French concentric view of the world. Zero opportunity for advancement, no project management. They've increased profits for the owner by cutting back people way past “the bone”. Internal systems are stuck in the 1970's, company culture is 1970's. Suits and executive washroom style culture, management silo's. Passport photo's are the only cash cow, and when EU regulations require biometrics company will be crippled.

    Advice to Management

    Replace everyone who has been with the company more than 7 years.

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Headquarters Leatherhead, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (PHTM)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Eastman Kodak, FUJIFILM, Agfa

Photo-Me International (PMI) flashes for thousands of people every day. The firm is best known as a maker and operator of photobooths that produce four-picture strips -- strips that serve as identification or as painful reminders of your exes or fading youth. PMI boasts nearly 44,000 photobooths that are found in shopping centers, train stations, and tourist areas. The company also uses its booths as digital printing kiosks and other photo-processing equipment, as well as kiddie rides and amusement machines. PMI operates in some 15 countries, including the UK, Ireland ... More

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