Success is based on our fine staff’
As sponsors of the Employee of the Year Award, Cambridge printers Piggott Black Bear recognises the value of its employees. Account manager James Hallam talks to Lisa Hanlon. Piggott Black Bear is a leading Cambridge-based printer of magazines and promot
As sponsors of the Employee of the Year Award, Cambridge printers Piggott Black Bear recognises the value of its employees. Account manager James Hallam talks to Lisa Hanlon.
Piggott Black Bear is a leading Cambridge-based printer of magazines and promotional items. The company's client portfolio, which includes The Law Society, EMAP and Cambridgeshire County Council amongst many others, pays tribute to its success.
James Hallam, account manager, said: "As a forward-thinking company we are continually looking at ways in which to improve the service we offer to our clients, and our investment in new technology is central to our business.
"But the key to our success lies with the people we employ and, as such, we are proud to be involved with The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards as sponsors of Employee of the Year."
Piggott Black Bear, which has a team of 30 employees, is working in a busy and competitive market place and constantly strives to deliver a superior service. The company formed from the merger of two of the finest printers in Cambridge, Piggott Print and Black Bear Press, in August 2004. The two companies boast more than 180 years of print experience between them, and reading the glowing testaments written by their clients on the company's website leaves you in no doubt that Piggott Black Bear is a success story.
"With a continued investment programme in the very latest equipment we ensure the highest quality of product with fast turnaround. Our history is one that boasts a strong presence in the industry spanning over a century," said Mr Hallam. "Combining cutting edge technology with the highest calibre of staff provides us with the wealth of experience required to advise on the best approach to printing projects."
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With a client base spanning private individuals through to publishers and government bodies, Piggott Black Bear prides itself on a personal service with attention to detail and a flexible approach to cater for individual needs.
"We offer quick and competitive pricing for products including magazines, brochures, catalogues, booklets, newsletters, leaflets and promotional folders," said Mr Hallam. "We come with a strong foundation of knowledge, understanding and skills supported by one of the most advanced print resources available. We deal with clients from across the region and are looking forward to working with and contributing to The Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards."
INFORMATION: Piggott Black Bear Ltd, The Paddocks, Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, CB1 8DH. Telephone: 01223 404800. Website: piggottblackbear.co.uk and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org