Taylor Bloxham dances to a new and vibrant tune with YouTube video
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
Leicestershire-based Taylor Bloxham has released a funky new video, which is currently available to view through the online broadcast provider, YouTube.
It features four “urban street dancers” colourfully dressed in the four prime colours of CMYK, (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) in Ninja style costumes.
The urban dance themed video underlines Taylor Bloxham’s reputation for being innovative and forward-thinking, as well as utilising new social media communication. Social media communication was highlighted recently by the BPIF, an organisation that Taylor Bloxham recently joined. The dancers perform their routine moving both on and off the printed page as the print presses roll in Taylor Bloxham’s print facility and machine minders gaze in awe. The routine literally brings the “Print to Life”, and colourfully illustrates that Taylor Bloxham is renowned for its “Solutions in Print”.
Recognised as one of the largest independent lithographic printers in the UK, Taylor Bloxham has a history that spans over 70 years, during which time it has built up a reputation for high-quality print.
In the past few years Taylor Bloxham has spent over £10m on new equipment and in excess of £1m on research and development, allowing them to develop a range of techniques that no one in the industry can offer to the same standards. Always at the forefront of print press innovation and technology, Taylor Bloxham was recognised in 2007 for its enterprise achievements, receiving a Queens Awards for Enterprise: Innovation.
Taylor Bloxham, together with its subsidiaries C&R Printing Services and FastAnt Marketing Materials Management, provide design, pre-press, litho and digital printing, finishing, direct mail and logistics services to its extensive client listing.
To view the video on YouTube follow the link below.
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