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One year on and local print supplier expands with a new recruit

Chorley based GEM Inks is celebrating being in business for one year and to keep up with the growing demand for its printing products, it has appointed a new Account Manager, Chloe Harrison.

GEM Inks is a small family business, offering printer consumables, with the best possible service and prices to its customers across the United Kingdom.

Chloe joins the team with a background in providing printing solutions for businesses. Her knowledge will significantly help advise businesses on what is the best solution for them.  “It is a great pleasure to join David and GEM Inks and I’m looking forward to helping grow the business even further” enthused Chloe.

“This appointment is a significant milestone for us, since it was only a year ago when I completed the Boost Business courses and to have someone join us with such passion and drive as Chloe has, means we are in a great position to develop our potential” added David Howells, Managing Director of GEM Inks.



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