Visual Print and Design celebrate 10 years with rebrand

Visual Print and Design celebrate 10 years with rebrand

On the 1st August, the award-winning Lincolnshire based print and design company, , unveiled its brand-new logo to celebrate their 10th year in business.


The move reflects the increasingly wide range of services which the company offers, whilst continuing to deliver high quality and cost-effective print and design solutions for clients across the UK.


As well as offering traditional printing and design services, at the start of the year the company invested £30,000 in a new UV print machine to help meet demand for fast and low volume branded merchandise, and the company recently doubled its floor space, taking over the entire building they currently reside in at Checkpoint Court in Lincoln.


The new logo reflects the company’s mission to always offer a personal approach when it comes to their client’s print and design projects and making sure that communication is always a high priority from estimation right through to delivery.


Stack of black books on a table with a woman at a copier machine in the background


Graham Hunstone, Managing Director said:


“When I set up the business 10 years ago with only £500, I didn’t think I’d be in the position today with two offices, 8 employees and over 2000 customers. That’s why I’m so excited to unveil the new look for Visual Print and Design to celebrate 10 years - it really is a testament to my incredible team.


In September, we’ll be throwing a 10th birthday party to celebrate our success with all of our wonderful customers. Attendees of the party will be able to explore our newly furbished office and enjoy some first-class local entertainment and food.”


In the next 12 months, Visual Print and Design will be expanding their print selection to over 1000 products and investing in new machinery and employees to deal with increasing client demand.

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