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60 seconds with Diguru

Diguru started back in 2010 with the aim of delivering a diverse range of printing services, quickly, efficiently and to the highest quality. The firm’s focus was to offer three key services to clients, wide-format, digital printing and lithographic printing, all under one roof.

How to expand into the world of web

Printers and designers we’ve spoken to tell us they feel that if they don’t offer web services they risk losing the client,” according to its website. Nettl calls itself a “bolt-on formula” offering an “end-to-end solution” to design and print businesses. Minus the jargon, Nettl is a network of web studios.

Perfect planning is required for upscale projects

Little did the team at Preston-based Lustalux know that when a call came in from architect consultancy C4 Projects in 2015, a simple query about window film would be scaled into a complex and multi-faceted project that would go on to positively impact the lives of thousands of children.

60 seconds with… Ditto 4 Design

In 2002, Ron Fothergill was working in a Blues Brothers show. “Many of the acts we worked asked us to design their posters and leaflets. We saw an opportunity and started off running two machines in our dining room with finishing in the garage.” Ron’s long-suffering wife and partner Lindsay said “enough!” when a third machine appeared in the kitchen! The firm moved into more suitable premises where it continues to thrive.

Best of all formats?

Just 15 years ago, the whole ethos surrounding superwide-format print centred around a market sector where size was far more important than quality. To be clear, the term ‘superwide’ ought to cover just the 5m-wide printers, although it is used for narrower devices.

60 seconds with Battlefield Printing Group

Battlefield Printing Group started out 25 years ago with a Multilith press in the company owner’s garage. It quickly became known as the ‘friendly print and copy shop’ and built a reputation in Shrewsbury and the surrounding areas.

Makeover puts Monster in a starring role

Hollywood Monster had a lot to live up to including its name. The signage and graphics company recently underwent a monster makeover with a rebrand. “Rebranding – extensive or otherwise – is not always easy, in fact it is never easy,” recalls the man who led this one, managing director Simon McKenzie.

When quality counts size isn't everything

No one could ever accuse printing equipment manufacturers of lacking ambition. Just when printers think their kit is absolutely the very latest thing and represents the pinnacle of speed, quality and user-friendliness, another iteration promising even more spectacular performance is brought to the market.

Always use the right tool for the job

If you invited the various print sectors to represent themselves with a tool, you would be able to spot a wide-format company working in the retail sector very quickly.

60 seconds with The Bigger Printing Co

Bigger Printing was set up in 2000, by MD Sebastian Stanley (pictured right with marketing and operations manager David Bowen). Originally selling print consumables, the company grew into The Bigger Printing Company, specialising in producing large format digital print.

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