Expert Print Management Ltd is a full service print management company based in Nelson’s country – also known as Norfolk. We supply print, promotional products and large format graphics to businesses across the UK.
The Good Stuff
We’re committed to making our industry as sustainable as possible, take steps to reduce our carbon footprint and use recycled materials when we can. We are also supporters of a number of local good causes and organisations in an effort to give back to the region that we proudly call home. As corporate members of Norwich Castle: Keep Giving we’re actively supporting a four-year project that will restore the lost architectural grandeur of the magnificent keep within Norwich Castle, dubbed one of Europe’s most important 12th-century secular buildings, at the heart of one of its most complete medieval cities. For more information, click here.
We’re also corporate partners of Visit the Broads, who work in partnership with the Broads Authority to look after the national park for visitors, boaters, wildlife and its community. For more information, click here.
On top of that we’re pleased to be Corporate Patrons of Break Charity. Our MD Paul Youngs comments, “I think the introduction of the Corporate Patron scheme is a great idea as it allows companies like ourselves to support the wonderful work that Break does, through an affordable monthly payment.” Find out more here.
Paul Youngs (call him whatever you like – the captain, the chief, the gaffer) established Expert Print Management in 2011. He’s the driving force behind the business and the reason why we’ve built a solid reputation for doing what we say we’re going to do, on time, and on budget. Paul is proud to be the 3rd generation of his family in the printing industry – you could say ink is in his blood!
(there’s a great video of Paul’s Grandfather’s printing business from the 1960’s on YouTube)
Karen is our graphic artworker and looks after the studio side of things for us. Karen’s been with EPM since 2011 when Paul started the business. Karen is passionate about the incorrect use of an apostrophe – it drives her nut’s..!