Part of The Gemini Print Group, Gemini West, is based in Bristol. The Gemini West team are delighted with the forecast which says their City will be one of the fastest growing places in the UK regarding its economic performance.
Rob Page, Managing Director, Gemini West is passionate about the South West with its easy access to Wales and the Midlands, and his team work with a diverse range of businesses throughout the region. Rob said “Having lived and worked in the Bristol area for over 17 years, Bristol is an exciting and dynamic city with so much to offer and I am not surprised that Bristol is finally getting the recognition it deserves as being one of the UK’s fastest growing cities outpacing London and Birmingham. Bristol has a huge pool of expertise on its doorstep which attracts fast-growing industries such as information and communication industries, as well as many professional services which in turn attract many financial service sectors to the city.”
The Gemini Print Group has invested substantially in new plant, new equipment and the additional highly skilled and experienced colleagues who have joined the team. Responding to the resurgence of business recognising how important quality printing is to their successful communications, branding and marketing the teams have been shifting to .a new style of consultative customer-first strategy.
Group Managing Director Steve Cropper commented “I am proud of all that our Bristol based Gemini West operation has achieved throughout 2017 and the team’s plans for 2018 are impressive. They are going from strength to strength providing high quality lithographic, digital and large format printing services. The additional services within the group of skilled finishing, fulfilment, promotional products and advanced print to the online integration innovations mean Gemini West offers a real range of expertise and service to their clients.”
In common with The Gemini Print Group approach to charity and community partnerships, Gemini West works closely with The Bristol Zoo Gardens, Meningitis Research Foundation & The University of Bristol with a very close relationship with the ALSPAC, also known as Children of the 90’s which charts the health of 14,500 families in the Bristol area.