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Exciting opportunity – Heat Vinyl Operative

It’s a very exciting time for our business at present. We are going through a period of growth through implementing our new business strategy and due to the current success of the business we require a bright and motivated individual to spearhead our heat vinyl department.

As a business, we provide innovative solutions for businesses that are looking to increase their brand awareness through the use of merchandise and products. We have excellent links with the sporting world as well as many other large local and national business’s. A critical component to future growth is to have a dedicated team who will help us shape the future of our heat vinyl business as we expand our product and service offering.

The role
This role is a developmental one, initially coming in to spearhead this new department, but ideally capable of growing into a number of roles within the business. You will be working closely with the Management and Production teams to plan and produce high quality work for a diverse range of customers. Due to the size of the company you will have opportunities to interact with both the Chairman and MD, plus have the opportunity to input ideas into the strategic decision-making within the business and play a key role in building the company’s future.

Your day will be split into three areas:

  • Working with customers using the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite to digitise their logos and designs to apply to garments
  • Production of the vinyl transfers for application using a Roland Versastudio BN-20 5 colour printer cutter
  • The application of the transfers to garments using an Omega 1000 heat press

This is a great opportunity, where you will enjoy working in a non-micromanagement culture, with a team who appreciate bringing new ideas to the table.

This could be an ideal opportunity for a graduate with graphics knowledge, or equally those who have production experience in a detailed and disciplined environment.

The Deal
Competitive salary with opportunities for overtime – (DOE)
Commission Scheme for the introduction of new customers
Hours – 8.30 to 4.30 with half hour for lunch
Training package

The Person
Enthusiastic
IT literate
Capable of absorbing the detail and working accurately
Willing to get stuck in and really understand the business

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Shaun’s show of support for Team Champion riders

A TEAM of cyclists will be looking good for a fundraising challenge in support of Ark Cancer Centre Charity – thanks to former England and Hampshire cricket star Shaun Udal.

Shaun’s Cotton Graphics company has supplied the shirts that will be worn by the 26-strong Team Champion The Wacky Riders on the Bike 4 Cancer London to Brighton bike ride on Sunday.

The cycling fundraisers have received great backing from local businesses and individuals. The Champion Group, Loft Plan, John Reilly Civil Engineering Ltd, Chandler HP, Redrow Homes, and PB Edwards have all come on board with key sponsorship support.

Cotton Graphics, where Shaun is managing director, has kindly supplied the riders’ shirts featuring the logos of the main sponsors – and today (FRI) Perry Champion, director of Champion Group, was delighted to collect the shirts ahead of Sunday’s event.

Perry said: “Team Champion has had great support from local businesses and individuals, and we are grateful to Shaun and his team for supplying our cycling shirts. They look great and we will all be proud to wear them on Sunday.”

Shaun, whose company is based in The Loddon Centre, Stroudley Road, Basingstoke, added: “I am delighted that my team and I have been able to help and support Team Champion. They are raising money for a very good local cause, and I wish them every success with their cycling challenge.”

Mark Jones, director of fundraising and communications for Ark Cancer Centre Charity, said: “The charity is grateful to Shaun and his Cotton Graphics team, and all of the generous businesses and individual supporters who have got behind the Team Champion cyclists. The riders will certainly be looking good on Sunday.”

Starting on Clapham Common, the event route will take the riders through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath before finishing in front of Brighton Pier.

Along the way, the cyclists will have to tackle the fearsome Ditchling Beacon towards the end of the 58-mile journey – the highest point in East Sussex at 814 feet above sea level.

Anyone who wants to make a donation in support of the Team Champion riders can do so by going to http://www.bike4cancer.org/l2b-2016-team-champion.

Ark Cancer Centre Charity’s £5million appeal will ensure a range of support services and complementary therapies are available alongside chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments in a calm and uplifting environment in the cancer treatment centre.

Largely being funded by Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT), the new centre is earmarked for a location in the Basingstoke and Deane area, and if the preferred site near to Junction 7 of the M3 is approved, it will be easily accessible to everyone in the HHFT region.

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Chris Tremlett coming to Cotton Graphics 19th September Networking

19th September networking event with Hampshire chamber of commerce see’s Ashes winner and England cricketer Chris Tremlett coming to Cotton Graphics as a special guest to support the event and his ex team mate and now MD of Cotton Graphics, Shaun Udal will be hosting the event. To join the event and meet Chris as well as mingle and meet new business contacts please contact the chamber of commerce directly or drop us a line here at Cotton Graphics.
01256 398989 or email sales@cottongraphics.co.uk