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Q&A: Claire Tennant, head of project management, Linney Group

Claire has spent 22 years in printing and logistics at Linney Group, progressing through a variety of roles in the business. She is married to Mark, has a daughter Millie who is nine and stepson Oliver,18. Claire loves travel, reading, films, theatre but most of all time with friends and family.

60-seconds with TT Litho

Established in 1975 by the Fogarty family, TT Litho Printers has been established for over 40 years and has a reputation for high quality service. Starting out in a shed in the late Tom Fogarty’s mother’s back garden, second generation director Lucy Fogarty has overseen the company’s recent acquisition of a new five-colour B2 Ryobi 765E and relocation to larger premises.

60 seconds with White Duck Screen Print

White Duck began as a means to pool the skills and passions of its two founders: Rebecca Cleal, photographer and designer, and Joshua Roberton, screen printer. The firm began printing t-shirts back in May 2005, but has since developed the studio into more of a fine art production house.

60 seconds with PNG Digital

Founder and managing director Mike Rawcliffe has been operating PNG Digital for just over a year from premises in Blackpool, Lancashire and the business has already experienced steady growth.

Q&A: Dave Turnbull, operations director, L&S Printing

Dave has spent 25 years – more than half his lifetime – in print. He’s married with two children and has always lived on or near the beach, and tries to make the most of this luxury whenever possible.

Welcome to the annual PrintWeek Power 100

The Power 100 has been one of PrintWeek’s flagship features for more than a decade and in all that time its basic premise has stayed the same: our ranking of the most influential printers, buyers and suppliers in the UK print industry.

60-seconds with Kolorco

Kolorco was founded over 22 years ago and remains unchanged in its private ownership today. The firm cut its teeth as a commercial litho printing company, growing organically and via acquisitions, says commercial manager Jon Sewell.

‘We’re not selling a dream, we have to sell the reality’

Martin Mayo officially became head of Kodak’s UK operation last summer. An engineer by trade (his first job was as a service engineer for Radio Rentals, fixing video recorders) he’s possibly the first Kodak UK boss to have worked his way up from the bottom, something he’s immensely proud of.

60-seconds with: Awesome Merchandise

Awesome Merchandise started back in 2005 in founder Luke Hodson’s bedroom. “We were 19 and hoped to earn some pocket money by making pin badges. Armed with £300 and one of those Lexmark printers you get free with a PC, we set out on our quest for awesomeness.”

‘I’d rather have been flying jet bombers’

Gary Arber isn’t what you would probably describe as our typical interview subject. He hasn’t bought a new press since the 1950s and you would probably struggle to get him to admit he’s passionate about the industry. But while his head might be in the clouds flying jet bombers, his heart, or at least a fair chunk of it, is very clearly in print.

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