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Make finishing touches the first priority

It started with finishing. Commercial printer PCL Digital was looking to win customers by offering more services. Print was well balanced on supply and demand, so managing director Nick Westley-Smith took a post-press tilt. But this was to be no minor tinkering on the fringes of finishing.

Take the high road to conquer new markets

Label Apeel seems to enjoy bucking the trend. Just as other printers are bringing everything under one roof, it chose to open a second office 340 miles away from its main base.

Grow a greener business from the ground up

After his vegetarian breakfast Gary Toomey mounts his bicycle and pedals the seven miles to his business. He’s new to this game. Not healthy, meat-free living, but launching a web-to-print firm.

The big move: investing for ongoing growth

Curtis may not be looking to build an empire, but it recognised when the time was right to step up to the next level.

Take your first steps along the M&A trail

Transactional corporate finance is, in the words of printer Tim Black, a “movable feast”. Or should that be a ‘moving target’? Regulators have had a field day in recent years following the dotcom collapse of the early noughties, the banking crisis of 2007, the following global recession, and now Brexit, he says.

Skills still make an impression

It’s apt that halfway through his interview with PrintWeek Patrick Roe spots an old Field-Marshall tractor trundling past his office window. Once a farm staple in the 1940s, these days such machines are a rare sight.

Set out to achieve a high standard

It is one of the most widely used quality standards across the world and can not only help you increase business efficiency but boost customer satisfaction and help your company eke out competitive advantage. The ISO 9001 will tell you, among other things, how to standardise that print order form, exactly who signed it off, and, oh happy days, precisely where you can find it.

Recruiting the right talent for future growth

Last month Thames Card Technology (TCT) launched the UK’s first contactless loyalty card programme for Tesco.

How to expand into the world of web

Printers and designers we’ve spoken to tell us they feel that if they don’t offer web services they risk losing the client,” according to its website. Nettl calls itself a “bolt-on formula” offering an “end-to-end solution” to design and print businesses. Minus the jargon, Nettl is a network of web studios.

Set up a portal to new worlds of opportunity

This March Octink successfully targeted a host of the UK’s biggest-name construction companies with a new web-to-print service.

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