Established in 1929, Slater Harrison’s papers, boards and coatings are global brands sold in 80 countries worldwide. The laminated board, Colourmount, has been the picture framing industry’s favourite presentation material since its introduction in 1981 – but in the world of interior design, colours are constantly moving in and out of fashion. In […]
Any of you who have Children going to Uni this Autumn could help educate the next generation to reduce this Cancer…
Media photographers at a Brands Hatch race day recently filmed the Topspeed formula 3 car driven by Stephen Clegg – Managing Director of Topspeed Couriers and our logo is right there on the front.Never mind the business cards – How sexy is this? – Fox Graphics logo on the front cowling of a formula 3 […]
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Many of your employees are parents. Imagine them arriving at work free from family stress,
knowing their children are happy and settled, and feeling ready and motivated for a productive
day at work?!
The chances are that for many, this is a rare occurrence.
In a fast moving competitive world potential clients can take less than 30 seconds to subliminally reject a product or service.
Like other aspects of Intellectual Property, such as technical inventions, industrial designs and copyright, trade marks can be a valuable business asset and investing in their proper protection and clearance for use ought to be an important consideration for any business.
In an increasingly principle-focused market where the demand for ethical processes is intensifying, it is becoming ever-more important for businesses to not only deliver the best possible service, but to also be seen to deliver it in the most environmentally-friendly and ecological way.
In this current market where competition between businesses is greater than ever and where the battle for survival is an increasingly tough one, the way a business presents itself is vital. Kate Fox, Founder and Director of Fox Graphics, explains why a firm’s image is key to its success…
With the development of technology and the increasing popularity of ‘e-magazines’ and ‘e-reads’, many people believe that traditional forms of print are destined for decline. However, the case is not as clear cut as some might think and established forms of media still have their place in modern society.