Interprint: 30 Years of Making Georgia Companies Famous

“At the end of the day, we are in the people business. The people and resources of Georgia have brought us from a small, copy-paste print shop to a full-scale, marketing company…”

– Monica Maldonado, President and CEO, Interprint Communications

Interprint Communications is a Hispanic, woman-owned and certified communications company based in Decatur, GA. In the late 1970s, Nelson Fuentes, Sr. emigrated from Colombia and invested in a Minuteman Press franchise with his wife, which later evolved into Interprint.

In 2005, Nelson’s daughter, Monica Maldonado, took over as president and CEO. Today, Interprint Communications is a multi-million dollar company and is one of the largest women-owned print businesses in the Southeast. The company has helped businesses market for decades, including large corporations like Coca-Cola, Georgia Lottery, Kaiser Permanente and AT&T. They are devoted to incorporating diverse business practices and provide services in both English and Spanish.

WHAT GEORGIA OFFERS Interprint Communications

  • Member of the 2015 Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection, a business-to-business mentoring program that fosters relationships among Georgia companies.
  • Consultation with the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC)


  • One of the Top 500 Hispanic American-Owned Businesses in the United States,
  • Among the Top 100 Diversity-Owned Businesses in Georgia,
  • One of the Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses in Georgia,
  • Jackie Robinson MVDBP (Most Valuable Diverse Business Partners) Award, Atlanta Braves
  • Latina Entrepreneur of the Year, LatinaStyle magazine, 2008
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