First things first, we need to find out if your brand is toxic? Continue reading
What a month (or 3) it has been…
From painting, new signage, new car branding, business cards, flyers… through to launch party, t-shirts, flowers and lollipops… new furniture, new banners, balloons and much much more.
We are looking forward to working with all our clients under our new branding – we have a new name and a new look but we are business as usual – the same Great People, same High Quality, same Handy Locations, same Friendly Service and same Delivery Promise. Continue reading
PrintStop and printing.com has evolved over the years. Reading through the history of the franchise and company it is evident that things change over time to reflect the current market, the industry and of course, the customer.
PrintStop is a name you are familiar with, a name that is synonymous with well priced, fast turnaround, full colour printing. We are New Zealand’s only national retail printing chain, with 50 locally owned and operated franchises spread across the country.
This year we will continue to bring you everything you love about PrintStop, plus a whole lot more! We’ll be expanding the service and products we currently provide for you so watch out for some exciting new initiatives in the months ahead.
We live in a world of constant change, where things seldom stay the same, and we believe that’s what makes our world so wonderful. That’s why we’re excited to be sharing our news about our future, where we will be staying the same in so many ways, but we’ll have a new name and be even better than before! Continue reading
Today (1 April 2011) PrintStop rebrands to printing.com as part of its partnership with the UK-based global network of the same name. The partnership provides the New Zealand franchise network with access to an international network of resources, expertise and collateral.
PrintStop CEO Steve Messenger says PrintStop stores around the country can now offer an even wider range of high quality print services that have traditionally been priced out of the reach of small and medium businesses.
“Small businesses want the same high quality print services as big companies but historically they haven’t been able to afford the same level as those with bigger budgets and volumes,” says Steve Messenger.
“We’ve changed that by making high quality print services readily available to all businesses without the high costs for setup and project management that have traditionally been associated with large volume print clients.”
Research into the New Zealand print industry by PrintNZ found Continue reading
In 2003, Astra bought a chain of copy shops from Xerox.
In the course of the search Lawrence came across Printing.com in the UK (PDC). PDC were so obviously ahead of the rest but not ready for international engagement, so the development of a hub and spoke print model was introduced. Continue reading