Bondholder Mercia Image Print has opened a new office on Pride Park to complement its purpose built factory in Little Eaton.
Established in 1989, and celebrating 30 years in business this year, Mercia Image has made the move on to Pride Park so it can service current customers and be more accessible to new customers in the future.
“Being able to pop across to Pride Park, to discuss all their print requirements with us, is perfect for Pride Park-based businesses” said Amanda Strong, Mercia’s Owner/MD “They only need to come over to the factory to proof anything on the presses, if they want to”
Amanda has driven the business through some quite challenging times, especially as the print industry has changed so significantly in previous years, and sees the move to Pride Park as a fantastic opportunity for the business, which is Derby’s longest established and only B2 commercial print manufacturer,
“As part of our recent 30 Days of Giving Campaign, one of the major charities we worked with was The Breakfast Club, headed up by Kavita Oberoi. When we met to discuss 30 Days of Giving, we got on like a house on fire and after seeing the facilities on offer, we jumped at the opportunity to have an office in the Oberoi Business Hub” said Amanda.
Kavita Oberoi. owner of fellow Bondholder Oberoi Consulting said “I am really looking forward to working alongside Amanda and having Mercia as one of our tenants."
Mercia will complete the move, over the next couple of weeks.