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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

H&H Reeds Printers push for growth with new appointment

Justin Farnan
Justin Farnan, head of business development for H&H Reed Printers

H&H Reeds Printers, Cumbria’s largest specialist print group has appointed Justin Farnan as head of business development.

Mr Farnan’s responsibilities will spread across the company’s three print shops where he will be looking at developing business and attracting new contracts.

Over the last twelve months H&H Reeds Printers has grown significantly, most recently with the acquisition of a specialist digital printing company in Milnthorpe.

Its investments and expansion have been part of its strategy to become a multi-multimedia business and a one stop print shop for companies.

Managing Director Dene Marshall said: “The world of print is changing, and as a company we have evolved to become a print supplier who can produce every physical proposition a business may need.

“This includes branding, marketing, internal and external communications. Justin has worked in the industry for many years and I know he will be a huge asset to both H&H Reeds Printers but also in an advisory capacity for businesses within and across the specialist industries we work with such as tourism, the energy and creative sectors”.

Mr Farnan has previously worked for Cumbrian Newspapers as advertising director and previously worked for publications such as Metro, The London Evening Standard and GQ Magazine.

He said: “I am very much looking forward to joining H&H Reeds Printers as I have had great experiences working with them in the past. I am excited at the prospect of being part of further expansion and diversification and also to be working for a company with the history, heritage and breadth of the H&H Group”.

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