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60 seconds with… Mostly Flat

Graphic designer and artist printmaker Dulcie Fulton started Mostly Flat in 2013 after she took a letterpress class that reminded her how much she loved the process.

Q&A: Marie Gilmour, senior account manager, J Thomson Colour Printers

Marie studied Psychology and French at Glasgow University and graduated with a BSc in 1995. After teaching English in France for a year she changed direction, joined J Thomson Colour Printers and has been there ever since.

Overmatter: cool off!

It’s been really quite warm for more than a few days, people were wilting at Wimbledon, and there’s a hosepipe ban in some areas of the country.

Q&A: Mitesh Chouhan, managing director, Central Mailing Services

Mitesh is 37 years old and has spent 12 years in the industry. He describes his hobbies as “work!”. He and his wife Priscilla are expecting their first child in October.

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.

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