Gemini West Celebrates in Style

John Boyle, OBE of Gemini Print group and Alistair Reid, Director for Economy, Bristol City Council

More than 120 guests toasted Gemini West at its celebration party last Thursday (October 16) in Bristol.

The event, held at the Riverstation, celebrated the company’s fantastic year – with over £1 million invested in its Hockeys Lane, Fishponds factory, increased turnover and new jobs created. On the night Gemini West welcomed local councillors, representative from all areas of the media and over 100 key businesses from the region.

Gemini Group owner, John Boyle, OBE, said Gemini West was now the most capable printing operation in the region. During his speech he reiterated to all that buying print locally was good for the economy and good for the environment, reducing transport and fuel emissions.

The lively event also included a speech by Director of Economy at Bristol City Council, Alistair Reid. He said he was delighted be at the event, congratulated the company on being one of the most successful in Bristol and said that the business was a real asset to the city.

Champagne and delicious canapés were served to guests followed by Bristol’s best fish and chips. Guests delighted in the creative talents of a roving silhouette artist who cut out their profile on paper in seconds – to give each guest their very own personal image. One lucky guest also won a fantastic hot air balloon trip, after deciphering the QR Code competition run at the venue by Gemini.

The Gemini Group comprises Gemini West, Gemini Brighton, Gemini Press and Gemini Digital in Shoreham-by-Sea and. Gemini London was also unveiled earlier in the year, giving the group a presence in the captial. Visit:

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