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Q&A: Krista Brown, office manager, Crestline Printers

Krista is 28 and has worked in the industry for 10 years. She’s getting married in June and lives near Derby with her partner and cat Bubbles.

60 seconds with First Display

First Display began life selling advertising space on taxis. “We were sourcing print and couldn’t get the service (timescales, colours, price) so we bought a Roland XC540 which we still utilise to this day,” says director Jamie Bowes.

60 seconds with Jamm Print & Production

Jamm started in 1995, when production director Liz Shackleton decided to develop a specialist service for non-profit organisations.

Q&A: Alice Murray Account manager, Fine Print Services

Alice is 22 years old and began her career in print just over three years ago. She did a Level 3 BPIF diploma in print administration and is now on a Level 5 management programme, and is also chair of the fed’s apprentice council. Alice loves “summer holidays and skiing in the winter!”

60 seconds with Spiegl Press

Spiegl Press was founded by Peter Spiegl in the late 1950s.

Q&A: Jon Dudley, sales director, Limpet Labels

Jon is 42 and has spent 19 years working at Wrexham-based Limpet Labels. His hobbies include Moto GP, sim racing and PC gaming.

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.

60 seconds with... Harlow Printing

Harlow Printing Works (Northern) was established in 1947 by the grandfather of current managing director Richard Walker, and Richard’s father changed the name to Harlow Printing in 1977.

60 seconds with GH Display

Graham Hodson (aka Curly) started what was then called Graham Hodson Design in 1974 from his garden shed.

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.

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