Glen Manship (Red Hot Media Ltd)

Glen Manship
Red Hot Media Ltd


4N membership number: 117735

01502 585656
Location: Lowestoft

     


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13th Mar 2015
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What I Do
  • Brand, Website Design, Graphic Design, Print
  • Website Design, Graphic Design, Print
  • Litho printing
  • Digital printing
  • Large format printing
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My Company Information

Red Hot Media was formed in 1996 and quickly established a reputation for producing creative, effective and consistently accurate artwork for the book publishing industy, predominately in the architectural, medical and dental fields. Since those early days, we have continued to build a diverse client base ranging from start-up's, SMEs, through to large private and public sector organisations throughout the UK and overseas.

In 2004, we teamed up with Printing.com, the UK's largest full colour print franchise, to open the first franchise in the region. This enabled us to offer an unrivalled print service combining fantastic print quality and turnaround with highly competitive price points, in some instances up to 72% more cost effective than the industry average. Today, the Printing.com portfolio encompasses a much wider offering than just print, to now include promotional giveaways, embroidered workwear, exhibition stands and retail POS solutions.

We are very proud of the long standing relationships with a number of our clients who have entrusted their marketing with us for many years and whom continue to use our services as we have diversified and embraced new marketing avenues, particularly in the ever changing online arena.

So, if you're looking for a simple business card makeover, logo redesign, new product brochure, exhibition stand or website, give us a call and we'll arrange a convenient time to meet up and discuss your project.

About Glen Manship

I originally trained as a graphic designer, before moving into a litho film planning position, which then led onto an opportunity to become a litho scanner operator. After a few years I decided to return to a more creative position, working up to studio manager and then moved to a print company with a creative studio to oversee a major transition to the computerised age!

Then it was time to go it alone, and in 1996 I started Red Hot Media... and rest, as they say, is history.

In my spare time, I like to spend time discovering London, art galleries, road cycling, walking and going away for long weekends.