Mike Taylor – Operations
Sharon Taylor – Sales and Marketing
Jodie Smith – Administration Support
Scott Biesty – Repro Manager
Dave Chadwick – Production Manager
An adult elephant can consume up to 136kgs of food in one day and weighs around 5 tons, the amount of paper we recycle each month! Great News for the Environment…
On average, Stockport printer Paragon recycles 5 tons of waste paper per month, the equivalent to the average weight of the African Elephant, resulting in Paragon typically recycling 60 tons of waste paper each year.
Sharon Taylor, managing director at Paragon Print and Marketing Solutions explains:
“We are committed to being as environmentally friendly as possible.
“We stock recycled papers for printing on to, and print using vegetable based inks. Our pre-press plate maker is chemical free.
“We even recycle our general waste: drink cans, plastics, glass jars and bottles etc. and are continually looking at ways to improve our facilities.
Stating the obvious for a moment, I am sure you are all aware that your logo and company brand is so important when promoting your business to any audience.
It has been proven over the years that for most people, an effective ‘logo’ can connect our minds to the business in question, without the need to see its company name in full.
An example of a well established, consistently promoted, logo would be – if I was to simple say “a piece of fruit, with a bite taken out of it” would you know which company I was referring to? Or a fast food chain with golden arches? This illustrates the simple power of recognition and can be vital to the successful branding of any business no matter how small or large. This is why, of course, the world’s multinational companies can and do spend millions on their logos – keeping them fresh and up to date yet always consistent.
Here at Paragon Print and Marketing Solutions we are happy to help you promote your business in the most effective way. Whether by simply up dating your business stationery items with a fresh new look. Or maybe putting together a full marketing pack to really promote your company with a bang!
For more information on how we can help, please check out our newly created website, which only went live just over a week ago! www.paragonprinting.co.uk
We are a friendly, well established, design and print and company and we would love to be of assistance.
Telephone: 0161 477 6645 or Email: Hello@paragonprinting.co.uk
A Stockport printing company’s future has been assured after the founder retired and passed the business into the experienced hands of Mike & Sharon Taylor.
Paragon Print & Marketing Solutions, based in Reddish, has been taken over as a going concern, not only securing the future of all the staff, but also providing a place for a new member of the team after just the first month.
For Sharon, a former sales director at Hazel Grove-based Fine Print, it was a home-coming in more ways than one: “I first joined Paragon in 1999 in a sales exec role and stayed for a great eight years.
“I have always kept in touch with my old work colleagues and have always retained a warm link with the company and its staff.
“I attended the wedding of a former work colleague from Paragon just four years ago and, as well as a welcome catch up with all my old work buddies, I actually met my now husband Mike so Paragon was playing a part in my life all over again.
“When the business owner of Paragon decided to retire, Mike and I were offered an amazing opportunity to take over the business and its 10 employees. It was a huge decision for us but, it was a gift that we could not let pass us by.
“With over 45 years’ experience within the business print industry between us it made perfect sense to do this.
“We have already addressed our branding and given it a refreshing and vibrant makeover.
“Mike and I have always demonstrated a pride in our work and our customers.
“But to be able to refer to our customers as ‘our’ customers, in every sense of the word, makes us very proud; it’s our business and keeping our customers 100% satisfied has never been more important.”