We're in business! Duo hope to offer something different

TWO printers are hoping to gain the Trust of their clients in a new business venture.

Allan Smith and Michael Jackson have combined almost 50 years of experience in the printing industry to set up their print consultancy business.

They believe that Trust, based in Dewsbury, offers something new to clients which should make them stand out from the crowd.

Mr Jackson said: "We don't simply offer print material at the cheapest cost, we offer advice and guidance. We want to be seen as a partner, a trusted resource who understand the needs of marketeers and the design process."


Already the company has received praise from a number of clients throughout the North of England.

Mr Smith said: "In the current climate creatives and marketeers are required to be much more frugal. They need extra assurance and guidance when it comes to marketing spend. That is where Trust come in. We have extensive experience and relationships with leading suppliers. It's all about trusted relationships rather than simply a means to an end."

Our picture shows Mr Jackson, left, and Mr Smith.

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