Nothing communicates your message quite like a printed newsletter. Newsletters appear neutral and are respected.
One of the secrets to a successfully printing brochure is actually the design. And at PrintHouse Corporation we will gladly help with the layout of your newsletter too.
But if you already happen to have your newsletter designed or part design then we are happy to run direct from your supplied newsletter files. We take all kinds of different formats from finished PDF Newsletter files to a whole variety of different desktop publishing packages. Get in touch and we can advise you on how best to provide your newsletter artwork files.
Our giant B1 newsletter printing presses can produce short, medium or long runs in any one of a variety of formats and with the fastest newsletter printing lead times in town.
As a word of advice – running all your newsletter pages on the same material, ideally based on A4 format, and having them in multiples of 8, can give you a stunning looking newsletter at a very reasonable price.
PrintHouse Corporation is unusual in that we are among the one in twenty printers in the UK who are environmentally FSC certified. This means that we can print on the right newsletter paper, for a fraction of the cost, and allow you to print an eco-logo which shows that you care.
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Mossbourne Community Academy is a flagship school in Hackney, East London. With a building designed by Richard Rogers and a dynamic and innovative approach to curriculum development, teaching styles and pupil attainment, Mossbourne has attracted huge interest from both educators and politicians.
Staff at the school had been publishing an internally laid out newsletter for some time but felt that a more pro-active and professionally designed job was required.
Using our in-house team, we came up with a distinctive and eye-catching re-design, based on a larger than usual A3 format. The revamped newsletter is published every term and is a vital tool in developing and maintaining the communication channels with parents and pupils. Like the school itself, their printed newsletter has gone from strength to strength.