Business growth continues for Craig Simcock and his printing business Simprint as he opens his new store in Brighouse.
Armed with his new 3D printing machine and new shop manager Gary Pickles, the store opened its latest premises on Commercial Street.
As Simprint prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday it seemed natural for the new shop to mature with a clear marketing edge for its expanding customer base.
“During the recession many businesses cut back on their marketing budget and battened down the hatchets on promotional spend,” said Craig. “Business is growing and coming to life in Brighouse and we aim to continue the trend.”
With the introduction of his new 3D machine shop manager Gary believes they’re ahead of the game and excited about the future.
The MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer creates models with surfaces smooth to the touch that don’t need sanding, finishing, or post production.
“We invest regularly in the latest digital imaging equipment and specialise in high quality, fast turnaround, full colour digital printing,” added Craig.
The new Brighouse shop opened on March 17, had lots of launch offers for all customers with a formal launch evening for local business owners to see the new 3D printing machine in action.
Established in 1984, Simprint is a commercial digital printing company for print and design requirements.
They can print on demand and order the quantity needed, saving money on unwanted out-of-date literature.
An in-house design and artwork studio enables customers to plan and design their product from start to finish. Simprint also has stores in Halifax and Sowerby Bridge.