The Image Group, one of the UK's leading large format printers and specialists in banners and exhibition stands, have announced the successful completion of an extremely unusual project.
Online PR News – 26-December-2009 – – Manchester, UK, - The Image Group, one of the UK's leading large format printers and specialists in banners and exhibition stands, have announced the successful completion of an extremely unusual project.
Question - When is a Printer not a Printer or a Sign Maker not a Sign Maker?
Answer - When a customers' requirements fall somewhere that doesn't fit directly into either category.
That's what happened when Werneth High School in Manchester contacted The Image Group recently with a rather unusual request.
The team at Werneth was recently awarded the prestigious 'specialist school status' and was duly reborn as a college of performing arts under the watchful eye of Head Teacher Pam Campbell. This important accolade reinforces the excellent work being done by the teaching staff and managers alike to improve standards across this huge high school in Stockport, a process which has been ongoing over the last 3 years. The relationship started with Werneth when they originally asked The Image Group to deliver a complete re-branding with a new corporate identity translated into brochures, display equipment and other exhibition materials.
With lots of new Roller Banner systems, PVC Banners, Exhibition Panels and Window Graphics duly produced and installed, The Image Group were presented with their toughest challenge to date.
Alyson Littlewood, Deputy Head Teacher takes up the story.