All For One and One For All
By Eventy - Marketing & PR | Thursday, May 24, 2012, 13:53
A local company has changed its identity and collaborated to ensure a strong brand message, whilst enabling it to offer a competitive and complete in-house service.
Chris Bunt and Matt Wright
A:Solutions, set up September 2009 to deliver design and print, has merged into desine.net and That Print Place effective from 1st May.
Desine.net will focus on handling all design work, from web design projects and hosting through to full branding, logos, leaflets and stationery.
Whilst That Print Place will handle all print requirements from business cards, stationery and leaflets through to banners, greetings cards, presentation folders and calendars.
Matt Wright, previously behind A:Solutions and Chris Bunt, who set up desine.net have joined forces as the two Directors behind That Print Place and Desine.net.
Chris is excited about the collaboration and commented:
"By working together with two strongly branded companies with clearly defined services, we are able to offer everything that our clients need under one roof – from concept and design to web hosting and print."
The two companies will literally be under one roof, based at Seaways House on Commercial Road in Penryn, where they will also work in collaboration with ICT Southwest.
As well as being co-director of desine.net and That Print Place, Matt Wright is sole Director of ICT Southwest, which has been offering IT services to businesses within the South West for over six years.
He explains how ICT is the final piece of the jigsaw:
"The three companies – desine.net, That Print Place and ICT Southwest are all based at Seaways House and will work in partnership to offer a one stop shop for IT support, design, print and web, resulting in complete service for our clients all available under one roof."
Matt Wright, who lives in Penryn, has worked in IT for the last 9 years, as well as working in the design and print media within that period. Originally established in 2006, Matt took over ICT Southwest in 2010, since which time it has expanded its services, offering offsite backup on its own servers and 24/7 support, along with full IP phone systems
Chris Bunt, who also lives in Penryn has worked in graphic design for 8 years and formed desine.net in 2010 with the aim of specialising predominantly in web design.
Already working with clients such as Addinalls and Sea Sanctuary, the three companies are benefitting from the collaboration and development of three clear offerings that stand alone, but even stronger together.
For more information about desine.net, please visit http://www.desine.net
For more information about That Print Place, please visit http://www.thatprintplace.co.uk
For more information about ICT Southwest, please visit http://www.ictsouthwest.co.uk