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Q&A: Chris Demott Managing director, Laser Bureau

Chris is married with two sons and lives in Bedfordshire. He says he’s spent “at least” 20 years in the industry.

60 seconds with B&B Press

B&B Press celebrates 60 years in business this year.

60 seconds with Jameson Print Finishers

Jameson Print Finishers was set up in 1998 and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Managing director Michael Berry’s interest in complicated folding such as maps and miniature folding resulted in Jameson becoming a specialist folding company.

Q&A: Chloe Johnson Studio and production administrator, PMG Print Management

Chloe is 23 years old and has worked in print for 5 years. She has a two-year-old daughter who’s “a little whirlwind” and her hobbies include attending car shows

60 seconds with Mail Handling International

Founders Paul Brown and Alex Lawson came to Bristol after leaving university. Paul spent a year working for a print finisher before setting up a mailing house which soon morphed into a global business. By 1998 the company had become a specialist in international mail.

Q&A: Victoria Hart Managing director, Print Search

Victoria is 39 years-old and married with two daughters. Her husband Kevin is production director at Aspen, which is also part of the DCB Group along with Print Search and Caspa. She’s worked in print for a decade after working in supply chain and marketing at Co-op Retail.

60 seconds with Baker Labels

Baker Labels began life in 1973 in Kings Cross, London when it was set up by Roy and Marion Baker. Production started with flat screen, litho and hotfoil printing, a small slitter, and an office in a caravan. Today the business is run by their son, Steve Baker.

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 DTGUK

DTGUK started in a back bedroom using a tiny vinyl cutter and a secondhand heat press, subsequently expanding into its current 372sqm warehouse.

Q&A: David Bland, sales and marketing director, Blackmore

David is 63 years old and has been in print for 47 years. He’s married to the “long suffering” Jackie, and describes himself as a “proud Englishman, bee-keeper, antidisestablishmentarian, bad speller and damn fine fly-fisherman”.

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