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Print company ready for High Street expansion in Witney, Oxfordshire

Friday, 30 April 2021

Print company ready for High Street expansion in Witney, Oxfordshire

A branding and design business is looking to expand its customer base by opening a shop in Witney town centre.

Print Ready has taken a 307 sq ft unit at 105 High Street in Witney which will allow it to trade directly with a wider clientele from a prominent location.

The company offer a wide range of services from brochures and banners to shop signage, vehicle graphics and printed t-shirts and jackets.

The shop will complement its existing premises on the Windrush Industrial Park where it has built up a wide range of clients since setting up in 2018.

Rich Wickson, managing director of Print Ready said: “We’ve worked very hard to grow the business despite the pandemic, and were looking for more visibility and a little extra space when I saw the To Let sign whilst out walking my dog. 

“The process went very smoothly, and we picked up the keys just two months later. We are very proud and excited to be part of a busy High Street in Witney.”

Despite the lockdown, the shop was only on the market for a week with the deal arranged by PAI member VSL & Partners acting for a private landlord.

Will Davis of VSL said: “It is fantastic to see a local company moving to the High Street which is successfully opening up again after lockdown.

“Witney has always been a thriving, busy town centre and I am sure Print Ready will prosper from in its new location where it has a shop window for so many potential private and business customers.”