Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 231

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

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.

Q&A: Andy Stevens, head of client services, VR Print

Andy has been in print for over 35 years. In that time he’s been agency side, worked in publishing, design, print management and is now back in manufacturing. He’s married with five boys and lives in the Kent countryside. “My passion is music and I play guitar in a local band, playing as often as possible,” he says

60 seconds with Colour Connection

Starting out in 1982 as a small, family run print shop, managing director Richard Currie (pictured) says Colour Connection has been committed to providing a bespoke design and print service to organisations across the county for over three decades.

Q&A: Diana Thompson Managing director, Plus Point PR

Di has been in print for 35 years, 10 as a journalist (for LithoWeek/PrintWeek and Printing World) and 25 as a PR person. She’s married to Dave with two ‘kids’ Charlie (22) and Sophie (20).

Q&A: Melvin Vinyard Senior account manager, Fuller Davies

Melvin turned 65 in April and will retire next month after working in print for 49 years. He is married to Sandra and they have “two children and two lovely granddaughters”. His main hobbies are photography and listening to vinyl albums.

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.

Q&A: Shaun Hinchy, production manager, Plastic Card Services

Shaun has spent 10 years in print. He’s something of a fitness freak and likes running, cycling, swimming, triathlons… and fitness in general. He’s a Man City FC season ticket holder and watches with his son Luke.

Q&A: Andy Gillett, joint managing director, Fretwell Print & Design

Leeds United fan Andy has spent 35 years in print and is married with one daughter and a 20-month-old grand-daughter.

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.

Q&A: Dean Williams Managing director, Simpson Group

Dean is celebrating 30 years in print this year. He and his wife Sharon have two sons, Ben (20) and Luke (18) “who we are immensely proud of however want nothing to do with print, yet”.

Search filters:

By section

Profile Iconremovefilter

By category

People Iconremovefilter

Click on a filter below to refine your search.

Latest comments