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Printing Services in Potters Bar, England
Welcome to Minuteman Potters Bar!
We offer a full range of printing and marketing services from business cards, letterhead, brochures and websites to promotional items, point of sale and large format serving business in the Potters Bar, Enfield, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City, Borehamwood, Hendon, Barnet, Palmers Green and Hertsmere area.
At MMP Potters Bar we have over 20 years experience marketing for blue chip plcs through to our specialism that is helping small businesses to grow.
Making your brand work doesn't have to be expensive, often it's small details that can make the world of difference. Our expert team of designers and marketers can help you bring your ideas to life. You can grow the marketing services you need as your business grows; whether you need a simple business card or a full marketing toolkit including website, direct mail and email marketing - we can help.
We're open six days a week 8.45 till 6pm, and 9 till 12 on Saturdays, however we have flexible working and can do overnight and rush jobs at very reasonable charges if you call our 24 hour service line on 01707 662557.
"I would thoroughly recommend Minuteman Press Potters Bar, not only the finishing of their work but more importantly the extremely high standard of service they provide their customers and their dedication which goes above and beyond...Every job they have delivered quickly, efficiently, much better value than their competitors."
Andrew Martin, Pinks Florists - www.pinksflorists.com
"I wanted to thank Minuteman Press Potters Bar for the great job they've done printing up my new business cards. From start to finish they offered a quick and professional service - responding in minutes to my initial email enquiry about the print job. I received the finished product in good time and I have no hesitation in recommending them as a reliable and efficient printer."
Anna Glowacka, The Green Well - www.thegreenwell.co.uk
"I would like to thank you for your effiicency in turning around the leaflets for my sister's Zumba classes in good time. I am glad to say that all 1,000 leaflets were distributed and she received seven new customers as a direct result; those customers have spread the word and more new customers have joined her class.
I can see the power of direct mail now and would highly recommend all businesses to consider using this method as a form of attracting customers."
Gero Montagna, Montan Kitchens
News About Printing in Potters Bar
An artist who was famed for his creation of one of the most iconic album covers in modern music passed away recently, sparking a celebration of his work.
Hertsmere Borough Council is set to deliver copies of its printed magazine to homes and businesses across the borough to give residents an overview of council news for Spring.
Commuters and train enthusiasts at Potters Bar station were in for a real treat recently as a James Bond-themed train travelled through the station as part of a new movie launch.
A writer has been awarded a literary prize for her first ever novel, which is set in North West London.
Potters Bar residents could soon see a change in the way their household waste is dealt with thanks to a proposed shakeup of how several North London boroughs are currently dealing with this waste.
Students at a college in the Potters Bar area are being given a helping hand when it comes to finding work after their studies finish in the form of a new job shop that offers practical advice on employment.
A series of new road safety measures have been agreed this month in the Potters Bar region to help make the trip to school much safer for local pupils following a campaign to get the measures put in place.
Dog owners in Potters Bar are being warned to be extra-vigilant when out with their pets in public, after another dog theft in the town.
The Sun newspaper recently unveiled its first ever augmented reality poster.
A park in Potters Bar has been dotted with a number of posters warning dog walkers that pet thefts have being taking place in the area, and that owners should keep a close eye on their canine companions.