New Name but same, same, same

On the 1st April 2011, PrintStop changed its name to reflect the international branding of the master franchise

PrintStop and 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

How the international network began

When putting together this blog-site, with the purpose of interacting with our North Shore customers and to time with the rebranding from PrintStop to, we reflected back on the history of the company.  How did come to be? and, like many of our customers ask, how did we manage to have such a “valuable” name – printingdotcom?  We found there was an interesting story to tell…

How the network began:

It all began, over 20 years ago in 1990 in the UK
The business evolved from the present Chief Executive’s exploits in the nightclub industry.  Originally, nightclub promotion gave way to the production of nightclub Flyers, proving the mainstay of the early printing work.

Early day artisan Flyers (thermography, foil blocking etc) gave way to batch production and a more homogenised product, however one that was more efficient to produce, usable for a great variety of market segments and very importantly, profitable.

By 1994, turnover had passed the £500k mark and Continue reading