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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.

Q&A: Tim Solway, managing director, Solways Quality Printing

Natty dresser Tim loves his family (wife Gilly and children Rachel and Hugo), his friends, Mallorca, motor boats, skiing on water and snow, guitar, cricket, tennis, karaoke and the Worshipful Company of Upholders. He also has a long-lasting love of craft print processes and quality papers.

Q&A: Andre Herbert, sales executive, Kingfisher Press

Andre Herbert is retiring at the ripe old age of 73 having spent all his working life (57 years) within the print industry. He lives in Norfolk with his wife and two children. In his spare time he enjoys watching rugby at both local and international levels and goes sailing, fishing and plays golf, when time permits.

Q&A: Joel Sampson, sales manager, Resource

Yorkshire Tea aficionado Joel is 36 and has worked in the industry for the past 14 years, most recently as sales manager at Leeds-based Resource. He is married to Victoria (pictured) and they have two little girls: Hattie who’s one, and Elsie, three. When not running around at work or after his girls, Joel enjoys… running! And golf.

Q&A: Phil Walker Director, DTG UK

DTG UK co-founder Phil Walker has spent eight years in printing, graduating from using a tiny vinyl cutter in a back bedroom to a state-of-the-art direct-to-garment printing setup in dedicated premises in Milton Keynes. He’s married with two children and enjoys football and F1 racing.

Q&A: Scott Pearce, managing partner, Datum

Scott’s print career is approaching the 30-year landmark, having begun with a work experience stint that turned into a rather more permanent occupation and ultimately co-owner of the company. He’s 44, married with six-year-old twin boys, and enjoys travelling and photography in his spare time.

Q&A: Ben Stokes, sales and marketing manager, Bristol Labels

Ben describes himself as “26 years young”, and, if things go to plan is already more than halfway towards retirement.

Q&A: Andreas Schillinger, managing director and co-owner, Lotus Labels

Andreas is likely to be a familiar name and face to many as he spent 16 years at Muller Martini UK, before a career change that saw him switch from the equipment manufacturing side of the industry to being at the sharp end of print at the helm of label printing business Dynamic Systems ID, which trades as Lotus Labels.

Q&A: Ross Docherty, assistant manager, Bell & Bain

Ross is 19 and has already been working in the industry for three-and-a-half years, under the watchful eye of his father, MD Stephen Docherty. He lives in Bishopbriggs, Glasgow and was named apprentice of the year at the resent Graphic Enterprise Scotland Apprentice Awards.

Q&A: Nicholas Russell, managing director, Cambridge Printers

We think Nicholas must be one of PrintWeek’s longest-standing readers as he’s been reading the magazine (and its forebears) for more than 50 years. He started out as a management trainee at the University Press, Oxford, in 1959.

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