ABOUT PRINTING.COM KAITAIA
No matter what stage you are at with your business, Printing.com Kaitaia is here to help grow your business. As well as building beautiful responsive websites that entice and delight, we specialise in crafting brands, logos, print and promo products that our clients are proud to show off.
Our creative team want to find out what your needs are right now and work closely with you to devise a strategy that is both effective and affordable. They will be there to assist you every step of the way through your journey and have the experience and skillsets to cultivate successful results.
They are your one-stop-shop for anything to do with websites, print and design, so don’t wait to take your business to the next level.
Local design studio
This is where it starts. We’re here to help with your design and creative. Think of us as your marketing department, or your design agency… without design agency fees!
We are real designers and we work with thousands of businesses up and down the country. We know what works, and what doesn’t.
Make an appointment and talk to us about your project. We’ll give you a quote and then get started when you’re happy.
Our production hub
When you’ve approved your artwork, your studio will upload it to our national production hub.
We use enormous industrial printing presses – the kind which might print high-end glossy magazines and the finest brochures. But that must be expensive, right? Wrong.
We mass produce your order at the same time as lots of others. You share the costs with many other customers which means the best possible product at the lowest possible price.
Everything you need
If it helps you promote yourself, we probably print it, or we know someone who does.
You’d expect us to take care of your business stationery and business cards, but how about some printed envelopes?
Leaflets and card flyers are our bread and butter, though we also do a mean range of ultra-thick rack cards and menus.
We’re full of ideas for other promo stuff too. Printed Pens anyone? Or how about a huge Bannerstand? Can’t find it, just ask!