Made in Britain Members feature in Print Week Article

Six members of Made in Britain are featured in the Print Week article 'Trading on Brand Britain'. Metallic Elephant, KEP, Datum, Inprint Litho, Swanline and Printed Cup Company spoke to Print Week's Jon Servers about why they joined Made in Britain and the benefits of being in the network of #1000makers. 

“We do feel a part of a collective of other like-minded companies who put production in Britain as a major selling point to their client base. It does feel that it is easier to connect and network with fellow members when required.”
Metallic Elephant

You can read the full article on line here.

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