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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”.

The career changers who took a liking to the print sector

Print’s dead right? That’s what some people insist on saying. Print volumes have shrunk significantly over the last decade or so and the market has undergone an unprecedented period of consolidation.

Stag Print celebrates 40th birthday

Stag Print is celebrating 40 years in business this month and has attributed its lasting success to constantly evolving its service offering.

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).

Overmatter: Print & passion

In these uncertain times perhaps the soothing act of reading a good book can provide balm for stressed-out souls. And what could be better than a fascinating book about a printing heyday of the past to take one’s mind off political turmoil and what the £/€ rate will be next week?

Q&A: Matt Carry Sales director, Acorn Web Offset

Matt is 41 years old and has been working in print for 24 years since starting as an apprentice planner/platemaker at book printers WS Maney & Son.

Q&A: Victoria Elliott, business development, Datum

Victoria has been in sales for 20 years: five years within the printing industry and 15 years in the motor trade. She’s a single parent to a “beautiful 10-year-old daughter who keeps me on my toes”, and says she will always be a rock chick at heart.

Q&A: Krista Brown, office manager, Crestline Printers

Krista is 28 and has worked in the industry for 10 years. She’s getting married in June and lives near Derby with her partner and cat Bubbles.

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.

Q&A: Alice Murray Account manager, Fine Print Services

Alice is 22 years old and began her career in print just over three years ago. She did a Level 3 BPIF diploma in print administration and is now on a Level 5 management programme, and is also chair of the fed’s apprentice council. Alice loves “summer holidays and skiing in the winter!”

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