Core Printing Launches its New Online Store
Core Printing’s new online store launched in May 2017 offers over 150 products from business cards to exhibition stands.
When renowned software company, Adobe, approached Core Printing (CP) to do some quick last-minute printing with a very tight deadline, CP rose to the challenge and delivered beyond their expectations.
“Core Printing has strived to build a reputable print company that focuses on helping our clients grow and scale without breaking the bank on printing costs”, says Ben Brabec, founder of Core Printing. Traditionally printing can be quite an expense for businesses and new start-ups costing thousands of pounds, however, Core Printing’s ethos has been always to drive down costs for the client without compromising on quality.
The new Core Printing website offers over 150 products; ranging from standard to luxury business cards; promotional flyers in various papers stocks; to exhibition stands and roller banners. Trying to make the online ordering process easier for customers, Ben says, “We focused on providing a customer journey that is simplified from start to finish, and customers can easily place orders and upload artwork for printing, without having to email us. Our selection of products is”
Mount Anvil a luxury property developer based in London, used Core Printing to take their printing to new heights. Delivering a whole swathe of luxury promotional marketing material for Mount Anvil, Core Printing has helped them stand out in a very exclusive marketplace. One of the key reasons businesses fail every year is because they rarely take their image seriously, and if they do then they try to cut corners on marketing and advertising.
Core Printing tries to help clients understand that they can have a quality brand and build their reputation without scrimping on printing. Often businesses pay poor attention to their marketing and communication materials, which is what their customers first come across. “A well-designed brochure printed on excellent paper stock with spot UV finishing for instances can leave a lasting impression”, says Ben.
Core Printing plans to expand its offering this year by reaching out to clients at the Restaurant & Takeaway Innovation Expo 2018. Talking about reaching more business clients, Jacob Wadood, Head of Operations says, “It is a unique opportunity to engage and reach out to other potential clients that we can help on their journey.”