Instantprint to create 40 jobs with £3.25m investment

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by Stephen Chapman

Online printing company, instantprint, is investing £3.25m into new printing technology this summer, with plans to create up to 40 new jobs.

Over the last 5 years, the firm has spent £20m on its South Yorkshire production facility, with an increase of 206 staff.

“Our investment provides opportunities for both instantprint and for people in the region wanting to work for an exciting and growing business. As a result of this investment, we’re able to create a significant amount of job opportunities in the local area,” explained instantprint co-founder, James Kinsella.

“At instantprint we’re all about providing affordable print for small and micro businesses. This investment enables us to do what we do best – help small businesses thrive.”

Kinsella said that the investment would enable it to streamline turnaround times on booklets and large format printing.