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Q&A: Ian Chamberlain, managing director, Tudor Bookbinding

Ian has worked in print finishing since he left school at the age of 16, barring a brief interlude in 1975 when he tried his hand at being a milkman, a cooked meats salesman, and a van driver, before (we’re happy to say) returning to his roots. Ian was a binding room manager at Taylor Bloxham in Leicester, prior to setting up Wigston-based Tudor Bookbinding in 1992.

60 seconds with Point Control

Lancashire-based perfect and PUR binding specialist Point Control began life 18 years ago when founding directors Richard Berwick, Andrew Cavannagh and Shaun Gill decided they wanted to work for themselves.

Interview: 'Whatever it takes to do the job well'

There probably aren't many people that would contemplate starting a business in the print industry at 21, but that's exactly what First 4 Print Finishing managing director David Nestor did. And, as if print generally wasn't tough enough, he decided to make his mark in perhaps the toughest sector of all: trade finishing.

Link the two tribes with better communication

The two worlds of the pre-press technician and the finisher are, considering they work for the same firm and are often just a few metres apart, pretty different. One's day-to-day existence revolves around Macs, colour calibration software and background tints, the other gets more hands-on with all manner of cutting, folding, stitching and gluing kit.

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