60 seconds with: Print Me It

By Jo Francis, Monday 08 February 2016

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Print Me It started trading in 2008 as an online print company. It initially outsourced to trade printers, but over the past five years has brought digital printing and wide-format printing in-house.

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“This has transformed our business in terms of being able to offer our customers a higher level of service and being able to add product lines,” says managing director Adam Chetter

Where are you based?

Print Me It is based in Stanley, a small former mining town in the North East. The birthplace of World boxing champion Glen McCrory, actor Alun Armstrong and the Horsley Brothers, the founders of Hollywood

How many staff do you have?

We’re a small and friendly team of six. We’re proud that two members of our team started as apprentices and we have been able to develop their skills and give them full time employment

What does your firm do?

We specialise in short-run digital and wide-format printing. We also offer design as a service and employ a full time graphic designer

What’s your typical customer?

Small businesses and those from the community and voluntary sector

Which geographic areas do you serve?

We serve customers nationally and our local presence is also growing year-on-year

What’s your USP?

We go that extra mile to assist our customers. Most online printers are automated whereas we are known for helping our customers with their artwork. We will guide them through the process in order to get the job to print

What equipment do you run? 

Konica Minolta, Canon, Océ and Mimaki printing kit, with post-press from Duplo, Morgana, Ideal and Matrix 

Where do you see your business in five years’ time?

The aim is to continue to grow the business and move into new markets

What’s your team’s favourite biscuit?

A Jammie Wagon Wheel

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