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Q&A: Chloe Johnson Studio and production administrator, PMG Print Management

Chloe is 23 years old and has worked in print for 5 years. She has a two-year-old daughter who’s “a little whirlwind” and her hobbies include attending car shows

Q&A Kerry Leach Prepress/Graphic Designer, Northside Graphics and DigitalPrinting.co.uk

Kerry is 24 years old and has been working for Northside Graphics for almost four years. She began her time with Northside as a placement student working towards a degree in Graphic Design & Illustration… “a few years later and I’m still here!”

60 seconds with Colourgraphic Arts

Managing director Vince Scardarella started the firm 34 years ago with his brother. “We started as a repro company and it was natural for us to move into litho and digital printing considering our experience in managing high-end quality reproduction of colour images,” he says.

60 seconds with Datum

Datum started back in 1988 in Shoreditch, London, as a pre-press company supplying plates and proofs to the local litho printers. It left behind its London roots in 2000 when the business relocated to Hertfordshire.

60 seconds with Telford Repro

Telford Repro was formed in 1994 and has grown from its origins as a copy shop and plan printing specialist into one of the leading short-run digital print specialists in the West Midlands.

Q&A: Tracey Hemingway-Wright, studio manager, Hibiscus

Since getting a job as a paste-up artist/typesetter 25 years ago, Tracey and print have been inseparable. Moving to specialist commercial printing firm Hibiscus as a Mac operator, she now manages the studio, overseeing the make-up of tightly regulated labels for chemicals and hazardous materials. She’s married and enjoys learning to play the piano with her seven-year-old son.

‘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.

Consistency and automation become adland's latest unlikely buzzwords

Group colour manager Nunn has extended the use of ColorServer across the group, finds Simon Nias

Reshaping the repro house to better fit the changing landscape of print

As it approaches its 50th anniversary, Bermondsey-based FE Burman has evolved from its roots in traditional repro into a full-service print firm. After adding digital print in the 1990s, at the start of this year the firm acquired Trigon Mailing Services to be able to provide a one-stop shop.

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