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Overmatter: festive film stars

A seasonal hat-tip goes to Precision Printing in Barking, and in particular to group marketing manager Emma Thompson.

Q&A: Tim Messom owner, Save Tim from Bankruptcy

Tim’s claim to fame is that he saved his Notts business using Facebook and the above business name. It went viral and he ended up on TV in two countries. “I had my 15 minutes of fame for being broke,” he says.

60 seconds with Hedgerow Print

Hedgerow Print was founded in 1989 by John Leach and was based in the Old Ambrosia Rice Pudding factory in Mid Devon. Current managing director Gary Radford joined in 1994 as an apprentice printer and met his now wife Michelle, who was working in pre-press.

Carbon Balanced Paper relaunches in the UK

Carbon Balanced Paper, the initiative that enables printers and their customers to boost their environmental credentials, has been reintroduced in the UK.

Impression boosts productivity with wide-format and digital investment

Bolton-based wide-format printer Impression has invested more than £150,000 in a DYSS X7-1624C digital cutting table with Superhead and a Konica Minolta bizhub Pro C1070 digital press.

Lustalux aims to double turnover with new kit

Window film and commercial graphics company Lustalux hopes to double its turnover by moving into new large-format sectors after a recent expansion.

Envisage invests £150k in wide-format kit and extension

Exhibition stand design and build company Envisage has boosted its in-house production capabilities after investing in a range of new wide-format machinery.

Make sure good customers want to keep coming back

On the high street – be it the virtual or physical version – customer loyalty is hard won. The big retailers pump great piles of cash into customer retention strategies because they know that the consumer has evolved into a fickle animal.

60 seconds with Bridson & Horrox

Bridson & Horrox started in 1933, it’s a family-owned company and Darren Horrox is the third-generation owner. During the early days it was just a winter business as the owner Marshall Bridson had a holiday guesthouse he ran in the summer. The company was then taken over by Ian Horrox (the father of Darren) who took it on to the next level and diversified the company.

Filling the void: home schooling for print skills

All this talk of there being a shortage of skills in the print and packaging industries is rubbish, according to Label Apeel managing director Amy Chambers: “It’s not that there’s a shortage – it’s a vacuum, a huge void.”

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