Printing specialist teams up with PR firm
printing company KJB Print has appointed B2B PR agency Stone Junction
to handle its media relations. KJB Print provides specialised digital
printing solutions for companies throughout the West Midlands and UK.
KJB will also receive blogging, social media and email newsletter
services from Stone Junction.
KJB Print was founded in 1989 and offers a comprehensive range of design, print and finishing solutions and products. The company is currently the largest commercial printers in Cannock and specialises in customer bespoke solutions. .
KJB, based in the heart of Staffordshire, provides a wide range of products and services, such as stationery, marketing literature, as well as more advanced digital products, like the wireless digital pen. One of the company’s biggest successes to date is ‘Ecolast’ a unique printed waterproof paper product range which is sold to its ever-growing client base across the United Kingdom.
“We’re truly enthusiastic about the campaign Stone Junction has presented to us,” commented Lisa Simmonds, managing director of KJB Print. “The team at Stone Junction understand and dominate our key media sectors - print, local, regional and broadcast. We’re already impressed with the agency’s creative thinking and copywriting skills.”
“I’m really pleased that KJB Print has decided to work with us,” commented Richard Stone, managing director of Stone Junction. ”We now have seven clients based in Staffordshire and our work with KJB will broaden the services that we are able to deliver to the printing industry.
“We’ve organised a really exciting campaign for the company and the team at Stone Junction is already working very hard to make it successful,” concluded Stone.
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Meet the team
Stone Junction is managed by Richard Stone, whose previous experience includes PR campaigns for Arup, AIT Plc, CIENA, Parker Hannifin, Schneider Electric, SIG, SKF, Roche and WorldCom. Well over a decade in technical and technology PR has taught him that he is only just starting out. He is a very slightly geeky father of two who lives in Stafford with his long suffering wife, aforementioned children, dog and cat.
Junction has been going from strength to strength, building up its
client base and championing the achievements of technical and
engineering firms, some of which are in Staffordshire."
Ben Adams, Staffordshire County Council