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60 seconds with Diguru

Diguru started back in 2010 with the aim of delivering a diverse range of printing services, quickly, efficiently and to the highest quality. The firm’s focus was to offer three key services to clients, wide-format, digital printing and lithographic printing, all under one roof.

60 seconds with Boxtick Graphics

The owners of a group of existing non-print businesses purchased the company a few years ago to enter a new market that focuses on small businesses. We rebranded to Boxtick last year with our customers at the centre of what we deliver.

Sitting comfortably II: more views from the red sofa

There was never any doubt that digital was always going to be a hot topic at Drupa. In terms of product launches, star turns, largely from the show’s birthday boy, and the sheer scale of the digital collective’s presence at the Messe – not to mention that one of their own was the show’s single biggest exhibitor – it was always going to be thus.

60 seconds with LeftMedia

After years of working as sole traders, LeftMedia was established in 2014, when Mitchel White joined forces with fellow creative Matt Simpson to combine their design and print offerings, which they had been running separately. Since then the business has grown significantly.

60 seconds with Solway Offset

Solway Print is run by Amanda Creedon Bass and Matthew Ronnie. It was founded 43 years ago by their fathers Mac Creedon and John Ronnie.

60 seconds with Palmers Print

Palmers Print is a family company established in 1977 and now run by brothers Michael and Peter Healey. The firm stopped manufacturing in 2011 to concentrate solely on print management, although it still makes its own proofs and plates.

Q&A: Clive Bramble Sales executive, The Colchester Print Group

Clive has been involved in the print and packaging game for 43 years, and has five more to go. During his time he has held 17 positions in nine different companies. This year he celebrated his 60th birthday and 40th wedding anniversary. He and his ‘long-suffering’ wife have two grown up daughters and four grandchildren.

60 seconds with Bobcat Digital

Bobcat is a new firm that started trading at the beginning of the year. Its three partners – Martin Bateman, Louise Owen and Rob Blackburn – had worked together previously at a commercial printer. “We had an absolute passion to be in control of a company that worked in the smartest way possible. We truly believed that we ‘could do better’ and this is what we’ve done,” say the trio.

Q&A: Paul Denne, managing director, Manor Creative

After leaving school, Paul became a trainee at an accountants in Eastbourne, and from there moved to property search specialists Strutt & Parker as a client accountant. Wanting to move into industry, Denne joined East Sussex-based Manor Creative as finance manager in September 2004. He became finance director and shareholder in July 2007, and managing director of this litho, digital, office supplies and promotional gift printers in December 2012.

Q&A: Leslie Manning, chairman, Rapidity Communications

Although he is clearly way too young to retire, that’s exactly what Les Manning plans to do come May after 43 years in print. His four sons all work at London-based Rapidity, so we guess he’ll still be in the loop about what’s going on one way or another. Retirement will give Manning more time to improve his golf handicap and for his beloved Charlton Athletic FC.

Print quality: Each and everytime

Canon India expects to register a turnover of Rs 1,200 crore in 2010 - a 42% growth over 2009. Alok Singh speaks to Kensaku Konishi, president & CEO about the company's plans

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