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Full Colour Cards Opens London Office

Friday, January 29, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

A North East printing company has continued its national growth with the opening of a brand new office in Central London.

Full Colour Cards, which is known as the UK’s favourite provider of business cards and other bespoke print products, has taken up residence in the centre of a thriving London business community.

The Chester-le-Street based company has placed a strong focus on great customer experience, and hopes that their new location will provide further accessibility to customers and prospective clients.

Managing Director Andrew Knowles said: “Full Colour Cards has a lot in common with the kind of modern tech startups we’re now sharing an environment with. It’s a very open, creative and collaborative community.”

The new office features open-plan spaces for collaborative work, along with glass booths for privacy. Volcano Coffee is available throughout the building, with beer on tap and table tennis available for recreation.

Andrew said: “We wanted an environment that was comfortable and enjoyable to work in, and one that we could welcome our clients into.

“Our Central London location means that we’re now much more accessible on a national scale, and with customer experience being one of our top priorities, that’s very important to us.”

Improving customer experience also involves introducing new people to the opportunities available within Full Colour Cards, such as their unique Print Partner Affiliate Scheme.

 

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