No rest for the wicked

As you know, I was busy with Wroxham Week last week, but my busyness has shown zero signs of abating now that’s all out of the way.

In addition to the full-time work that is Expert Print Management, Karen and I are also in the process of moving house (fingers crossed we’ll have completed by the time you read this).

And it’s not a simple move. (I’m starting to realise that they barely ever are.)

The house we’re buying needs quite a bit of work before we’re even able to move into it, which means that I feel i’m constantly on the phone.

Either it’s the solicitor, wanting a new form or something or other.

Or it’s the agent, giving me updates on where the seller’s at.

Or it’s the contractors, asking for dates and times, confirming costs and a whole bunch of other stuff.

This moving seems like a full-time job in itself, and managing every single element is as tiring as it is stressful.

In short, it’s rather like managing your own print.

Liaising with the designers, talking to printers, getting quotes and specifications, dealing with delays, complaining when things don’t go right, and starting the whole process again when you decide you can’t rely on your printer anymore, buying and managing your own print can be pretty painful.

And it’s that exact pain that we remove, because we do the WHOLE thing for you.

Rather than talking to every man and his dog about your project, you just drop us an email or give us a call and we sort it out for you – working with you to achieve your deadlines.

You get the gist: we exist to take ALL the stress out of your print buying process.

Now, if only something like that existed for house moves and renovation…

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