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60-seconds with… PMG Print Management

The original business was founded in 1990 and was called Proof and Print. Mike Roberts took over the business back in 2004 and initially had a team of three: himself, a graphic designer and a production assistant.

60-seconds with… KMS Litho

KMS Litho was established in 1993 by father and sons Keith, Mark and the late Stuart Willis as a family-run general print business. These days Keith has retired (although often lends a hand) and the business is run by Mark and a “small but perfectly formed team”.

‘I liked dealing with printers, they’re fun’

With a 30-plus-year history in the paper merchanting game, Martyn Eustace, managing director of print and paper advocacy organisation Two Sides UK, is well versed on the effectiveness and sustainability of print and paper.

60 seconds with… John Dollin Printing Services

Family-run John Dollin Printing Services started in 1976 as a marketing company, and the business has come a long way to where it stands today, laying claim to being “one of the largest and most respected commercial printers in the south of England”.

‘Be passionate and never stop learning’

For most people, one job is more than enough. Not so for Julian Marsh.

‘We focus on areas that we excel in’

Kirk Galloway describes himself as ‘the hirer, firer, tea boy and the cleaner’ of the family-run Derbyshire magazine printer he leads.

60-seconds with Cutture

Cutture founders Dominic and Helen Sharland met at university studying interior architecture. Both subsequently trained as architectural model makers. After setting up their own business they bought a Universal laser cutter, and began experimenting with graphic design. “The reaction was fantastic,” says Dominic. “Cutture was born and we’ve not looked back”

Q&A: Humira Akuji, account executive, Inc Direct

After we learned that Humira had received the highest ever number of votes in Inc Direct’s employee of the month poll, we had to find out more about this 30-year-old wonder woman, who, when not dazzling in her day job enjoys swimming, cooking and socialising. Oh, and we can help with the dream job, just don’t tell Noel…

60 seconds with Woodmansterne

Woodmansterne started in 1953 and for 35 years was the leading publisher and manufacturer of colour slides in the world.

Q&A: Adrian Saunders Print room manager, Rondor Printing

Adrian has been in print for 27 years, all of it at Lowestoft-based Rondor. He’s married to Rebecca with two children, Seren and Dylan. His hobbies include running, collecting film monsters and supporting Ipswich Town FC.

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