Meet the Team part 2. In this second instalment we're chatting with Warehouse Manager, Adam. Same questions General Manager, Steve faced. A very different set of answers. Read on: Who would you want to play you in a film of your life: JASON STATHAM I can see that. But I am squinting What special (by special we mean useless) talent do you
We’ve had a great week at KNP Towers. And the outstanding highlight was nothing to do with print jobs or new business wins. It was about local community, and kids. We’re committed to the wider community we’re based in and it’s important for us to always give something back. This week saw our MD, Dave spend time at Trumpington Community
Welcome to our Meet the Team series where we're letting you into the weird and wonderful minds of the KNP family. This is what happens when you finally manage to get 10 minutes to sit down with our General Manager, Steve. Consider yourself primed! Who would you want to play you in a film of your life: ROBIN WILLIAMS Could be tricky.
As we try to minimise our impact on the environment and help our clients do the same, we’re always looking at how we can offer more sustainable print solutions. One solution that offers a real alternative to single use polywrap is potato starch packaging. Whilst being every bit as durable as polywrap, it’s much more environmentally friendly, and you can print
Amazon, those pioneers of all things cutting edge who’re shaping the world we live in know what they’re doing right? So it’s positive to see the next step in their plan for domination is a mailed out, ink on paper, printed toy brochure. With players such as Amazon turning to print (not to mention brands like Facebook already using print),
We only opened our midlands regional office close to East Midlands airport at the start of September (9th to be exact) but it’s already proved to have been the right decision for us to make. We’ve immediately had great success as we hoped. Our existing clients in the midlands and north have responded positively because they’re already seeing the benefits
Who says print is yesterday? Our business is continuing to thrive and we’re really proud to let you know we’re expanding. Next Monday, September 9, we’re opening our brand new regional office in Derby. This new KNP office builds on our existing HQ in Bury St. Edmunds and southern regional office in Kent. And to help us achieve this we’re
Today’s business conversation is dominated by voices telling us all that, for organisations to survive they have to adopt a digital first customer experience. Traditional channels including print are dead, and door drops have been deader than dead for even longer. There’s no argument from us that digital channels are essential in people’s online, smartphone, hi-tech day to day existence.
Print has been around for centuries. From the very first printing press invented by Johannes Gutenberg in 1439, it’s endured (just the 580 years!). And it’s still innovating today, finding new ways to service the needs of businesses in today’s digital, tech driven world. It hooked me in at an early age and I’ve been in the industry for over
This might seem like a ‘blow your own trumpet’ post at first but stick with us, because it’s the reason we’re sharing this that really matters. And that reason is the faith and trust people place in us to do the best job possible for them. Trust really matters to all the KNP gang. We strive hard to build trust