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Q&A: Ben Watson Technical & design manager, Saxon Packaging

Ben is 38 and, having got into corrugated at a formative age, has already racked up 22 years in the industry. He’s married with two boys and something of a martial artist in his spare time.

Q&A Seth Woodmansterne Deputy MD, Woodmansterne Publications

While most of us are still recovering from Christmas 2018, for Seth and the team at Woodmansterne planning is already well underway for the firm’s Christmas 2019 range of fine art cards and Advent calendars.

New year predictions: Mark Young, Route One Print

While Mark Young, head of Route One Print, isn’t set to get his perfect print pressie until after Christmas, that doesn’t mean he’s any less excited about its arrival from Israel.

New year predictions: Paul Manning, Rapidity

While Rapidity managing director Paul Manning ‘Mustn’t Grumble’ he knows there ‘Ain’t No Pleasing You’ when it comes to Brexit regardless of your views, but he would happily organise a ‘Knees Up’ if it helped the industry to ‘Rabbit’ and collaborate more.

Q&A: Graham Prichard, print manager, National Trust

“Too old to rock and roll too young to die!” Graham hit 60 this year and retires on 21 December after 41 years in the industry. Retirement will mean spending time at home with his wife of 38 years, Rachel, plus “really getting to learn how to play the three guitars I now own, plus perhaps getting my golf handicap into single figures.”

Q&A: Nick Cahm Production manager, Reach Printing Services (Midlands) and Newsprint Manager Reach Printing Services

Nick has been in print most of his working life. He started off at Mirror Colour Print, then moved to Quebecor and returned to what is now Reach 13 years ago.

Q&A: Justin Battle, sales and marketing executive, Printroom Group

Justin is 46 and has been in print for 30 years after getting into the industry through a YTS placement. His hobbies are the gym, golf, F1, travel and he is a bit of a foodie – “eating not cooking!”

Q&A: Ray Baxter, commercial director, Insite Graphics

Ray hails from leafy Epsom and has been in the industry for 10 years. He’s been married to Jane for “34 long years”, and they have two grown up children. He’s passionate about Chelsea FC and is “a born-again Mod”

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.

Q&A: Elena Cinquegrana, group product director, Photobox

Elena is a relative newcomer to the industry, having joined Photobox 18 months ago. Prior to that she was head of product development at McLaren Applied Technologies. She speaks five languages and is a Scrum black belt

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