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Washington Direct Mail eyeing continued growth in 2018

Mailing house Washington Direct Mail is hoping to continue on its current growth path in early 2018 with ISO 27001 accreditation and a new website.

Stephens & George rounds off bumper finishing investment

Stephens & George will complete its two-year £5m finishing investment programme in March when it takes delivery of a third Stahlfolder TH 82-P from Heidelberg.

Rapidity prints packaging for Apprentice winner

Rapidity has printed packaging for the joint winner of BBC One reality show The Apprentice.

If you’re looking to bring in punters, join the club

In a Victorian warehouse in Margate, a group of people who have never met each other are carefully cutting out pieces of lino.

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.

60 seconds with Wensleydale Press

Wensleydale Press began life in the mid-19th century. It was acquired by husband and wife team Ken and Liz Lawson in 1979. Although Ken passed away a decade ago, the business continues to be run by Liz alongside Ken’s son Nigel.

National treasure: printers trading on ‘brand Britain’

When was the last time you bought something that was made in Britain? For many of us that’s likely to be a tough question to answer. We’re so accustomed to a global market that we barely bother to check the journey a purchase has made to arrive at our home or business. It could be from anywhere – many never give it a second thought.

Moving out of a humble abode to your ‘des res’

Moving premises is the most stressful thing that most business owners will ever have to endure.

‘Good ideas can come from anyone’

A little over 12 months after getting back into print, and almost a third of the way into his journey to double sales by 2020, the new chief executive of Hobs Group, James Duckenfield, shares his vision for the business.

Q&A: Amanda Dickinson Managing director Rethink CMYK

Amanda had something of an OMG moment upon realising that she’s spent 31 years in print, culminating in her current position as managing director at Barnsley-based Rethink CMYK. She’s married to Joel and they have two children Seth and Gabrielle. Her hobbies include laughing uproariously.

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