We’ve got your signage needs covered!

Are you needing some help with your signage needs? But do you want to help out a local business at the same time? Let us introduce Printforms…

Being local leaders in the market for printing, branding merchandise, fulfilment & distribution, document printing and direct mailing, Printforms really does have you covered over a range of different aspects.

During the COVID-19 pandemic many businesses, locally, nationally and globally, were pushed to the very limits – which crushed and dissolved so many companies. However, Printforms celebrated. During this time, they celebrated their 25th year of trading and continue to carry on as strong as ever.

Operating in the heart of Wakefield from their HQ, their base is ideally located and well-equipped to handle all print, promotional and mailing requirements for both small enterprises and multinational operations.

One of the companies large clients includes the NHS during the pandemic, Mick from the Business Development department explains:

“We have been proud  suppliers to the NHS and have produced many printed  items for IU in a number of hospitals.

“We have been deemed as essential suppliers throughout the pandemic.

“Also we are aware of the importance of  live events, local arts and their impact on the city, and we continue to be strong supporters of Theatre Royal Wakefield.”

A very important part of the business is the strong links they have across the globe. By having established links in Asia and in other corners of the globe, it ensures that Printforms can obtain great products, unusual items, all whilst keeping the price competitive.

When talking about why Printforms is a We Are Wakefield member, Mick told us:

“Why not? From the beginning of the pandemic it has been a tremendously helpful and supportive team, from getting grants through to advice and general encouragement in scary times.

“Personally I can point out Victoria Fox who was there right from the start with a positive attitude and a willingness to help any way.”