Thursday, January 28, 2021

The year ahead: Karen Arnold, Director, Lincoln Print & Copy Centre

Each year Lincolnshire Today invites a select panel of the region’s business leaders to offer up their predictions for the year ahead.

It has become something of a tradition, given that we’ve been doing this now for over 30 years. And, while none of us possess a crystal ball, it is uncanny how accurate some of these forecasts have been.

Here we catch up with Karen Arnold, Director of Lincoln Print & Copy Centre.

With more than 40 years of trading, Lincoln Print & Copy Centre continues to provide the best print solutions for customers in the Lincoln area, giving the service and advice customers need to run and promote their businesses and organisations.

With experienced and friendly staff, a modern range of equipment they can adapt to suit each customer’s requirements, a same day service is available on many items, customers get the rapid response required.

Whether you need a straight forward print, copy, scanning service or something more complicated involving design or print finishing, discuss it with the staff at Lincoln Print & Copy Centre and you can be sure a solution will be found. Products include business cards and business stationary, leaflets, manuals and brochures, carbonless pads, architectural drawings and posters.

An Ordnance Survey Map Data Centre, providing maps for planning applications, historic & area maps from the Ordnance Survey archive. Call or email today to discuss your requirements.

Image credit: David Harrison Photography

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