Search Results

Found 1,620 results for .

Keeping it in the family

They say that you can choose your friends but not your family. While that is true, there is no pre-ordained requirement to run a business with your family, and there might well be good reasons not to – and yet still plenty of people choose to.

Best of British: Purveyors of fantastic plastics

Brett Martin is a long-established specialist in plastics that are used around the world in a wide range of applications. Its sheet plastics division makes materials such as foamboard, PET and acrylics, are used in print-related applications in sign, display and related work.

60 seconds with Adverset

Adverset began life in 1989 as a design and advertising studio and was one of the first firms in the UK to embrace Apple. “Our first Mac was the original Mac Plus. At the time monitors only had black and white capability,” says managing director John Easby.

In sickness & in health

We as humans are prone to disease, illness and injury but thankfully we tend to recover. However, in the intervening time we leave others to pick up the pieces causing inconvenience for friends and family, and for businesses, staffing problems.

Q&A: Nick Wilson, commercial director, DG3/Leycol

Goalkeeping’s loss was print’s gain. Arsenal fan Nick is 32 and has spent 15 years in print. He was on Tottenham’s books as a kid, and then played semi-professional football subsequently while holding down the day job. Nick is married with two kids under the age of three, but still finds time for the odd round of golf.

How Charles Babbage invented computer printing

Sitting on an upper floor of the Science Museum in London are hulking metal examples of a Victorian mechanical computer age that never actually happened. These are the invention of Charles Babbage (1791-1871).

Me & my: Cron TP3632G+

Switching to processless plates has not only saved time and money for Isle of Wight printer Crossprint, but it keeps the pre-press operators happier too. They don’t have to wash the gunk out of chemical processors any more.

Me & my: Ricoh Pro C9210

At the beginning of this year Positive in Mitcham, south-west London, invested around £200,000 in three new major pieces of equipment.

Q&A: Derek Maskell, sales consultant, Interket

Derek is bowing out and retires this month after more than 50 years in the industry. He’s 73 and has been in print-related employment since 1966. He’s married to Donna with two children and three grandchildren, and his hobbies include following horse racing and enjoying regular holidays in southern Spain.

Keep it in the family

In 2004 the sales manager of the then named Bristol-based Baronial Labels, Paul Stokes, undertook a management buyout of the business along with his co-workers.

Beginning a beautiful relationship

In the current trading climate most printers spend more time fretting about retaining their existing customer base than focusing on winning new customers. However, it’s a harsh commercial reality that over time every business will experience some degree of customer churn.

Current filters


Article Types

Journals

Tags

© MA Business Limited 2020. Published by MA Business Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 06779864. MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group .