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60 seconds with Aura Print

Aura Print began with director Liam Smith printing for local businesses from the basement of his home in 2007. Originally it was mainly flyers and business cards but the offering grew as more machinery was purchased.

60-seconds with Data Image

In the early 1990s, Data Image’s now-CEO Robert Farfort began designing prototypes and integrating Apple Macs with vinyl cutting machines in the garage of his childhood home. “A true pioneer of the industry, Rob recognised a gap in the market for digital printing and with the help of his father, Alan Farfort, Data Image was born”.

60 seconds with Ace Binding Company

Ace Binding Company was born out of the love director Robert Hart had for the industry. Founded 16 years ago, with a couple of folders, a guillotine and stitching line, it was a move into PUR binding and, more recently wire-binding (and a fair few other investments) that took the business into the Premier League of trade finishing.

60 seconds with Future Print Leeds

Future Print Leeds evolved in January 2016 when managing director Tim Roberts and design director Rob Dawson decided to go it alone after the owner of the firm they previously worked at passed away. Roberts (pictured) says the firm has since gone from strength-to-strength.

60 seconds with Swallowtail Print

Swallowtail is the result of a merger between Norwich Colour Print and F Crowe & Sons in 2011.

60 seconds with Lost Heritage

Lost Heritage started six years ago when founder Claire McDivitt was on maternity leave and felt it was the optimal time to take a chance and try to turn her hobby of traditional printing into a full-time career.

60 seconds with Deanprint

Deanprint can trace its history back to the 1870s when Dean & Dawson was a world renowned travel agency (even getting a mention in the film The Great Escape).

60 seconds with Bluestar Print Finishers

Bluestar started in 1998 when MD Lee Harvey (pictured, right, with operator Ian Richardson) decided that after working as a manager for a few firms, he needed to do something more. “I approached a few printing companies and got their support and so Bluestar was born.”

60 seconds with First Display

First Display began life selling advertising space on taxis. “We were sourcing print and couldn’t get the service (timescales, colours, price) so we bought a Roland XC540 which we still utilise to this day,” says director Jamie Bowes.

60 seconds with Jamm Print & Production

Jamm started in 1995, when production director Liz Shackleton decided to develop a specialist service for non-profit organisations.

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