We Used to Call Ourselves a Printing Company…
What do you expect when you think of a printing company? A not-my-problem-you-sent-us-the-wrong-type-of-file kind of attitude? Certainly not a passionate bunch of well-educated professionals who are dedicated to their craft! But seeing the final prints of a project or idea is exciting and rewarding! It’s when you see the tangible culmination of all your efforts and know that you got the job done right. And the most efficient way to complete a whole project from start to finish would be if one place just did everything, wouldn’t it? It seems like a no-brainer, but it’s really a novel idea, and it’s also our new definition of what a printing company should be: a partner in creation rather than a production step.
So what did we do to create this new definition? We’re glad you asked! Let’s start with the capabilities offered by Slate Group. It may be a shorter list if I just told you what we can’t do, but who cares. It’s more fun to talk about possibilities, right? We have the production equipment to produce business cards, invitations, announcements, brochures, flyers, posters, booklets, cardboard cutouts, floor decals, stair wraps, bus wraps, small decals, and even massive wall decals… just to name a few. Our clients range from huge companies needing thousands of prints to young bridesmaids making a few bachelorette party invitations. If it can be imagined, we would love to help you figure out how to do it.
We put the relationships we have with our customers above all else and we pride ourselves on being straightforward with our clients. If you don’t really need something, we will most certainly tell you. Like I mentioned before, we want to earn your trust as a partner in creation. Our educated and experienced staff members are devoted to doing their jobs right so our clients can be proud of the final prints they get from our shop. Extreme measures are taken to insure both the integrity of our company as well as the integrity of our clients.
What can we say? We like to set the bar high.
Changing the way you do business is never a bad thing. To me, it means that you are flexible and able to adapt. Companies that fail to change what they do, be it printing or technology or whatever, don’t tend to be around long. Thanks for this great info!
We’ve been trying to rebrand our company as more personal as well.