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Matt Stephens

We started using Zest two months ago. We had previously tried several printers throughout Sussex. However, we now know, no one compares to Zest! These guys offer a wide range of printing and design services and they are very competitive, beating others’ quotes time and again! They are super speedy with their jobs too. I […]

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Hastings Prontaprint joins the Zest Team

This week has been a momentous time for Zest; we completed on the purchase of the Hastings branch of Prontaprint. This is an exciting step for Zest, as it means that we can now cover a wider area of customers in the South East Coast and are able to provide the same passionate and flawless […]

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Being Green

Pat on the back to everyone at Zest! Thanks to the hard work of all in our team, we’re delighted to have attained the ISO 14001 standard for environmental management. ISO 14001 ISO 14001 is an internationally recognised standard for environmental management, which sets out guidelines and procedures designed to help organisations reduce the environmental […]

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Prontaprint Hastings joins forces with Zest in Eastbourne

Prontaprint Hastings is joining forces with Eastbourne-based print business, Zest, The Print People, on 28th July 2012. The merger will see Prontaprint close its Hastings’ Castle Street premises and pass the baton to Zest in Eastbourne, who will provide its new Hastings customer base with a wider suite of print services. Janet Mardell, one of […]

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New digital technology benefits our customers

When we launched Zest, Julie Banks, our MD, promised immediate hefty investments in new technology to provide even better services to our customers. Has she delivered? The answer is yes.  We are now using the very latest technology for digital print at our Zest premises in Grove Road, Eastbourne. Top Notch Technology We’re thrilled to […]

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Launch Celebrations

The launch of Zest was a great success.  A big thank you to Eastbourne’s MP, Stephen Lloyd, who officially cut the ribbon and declared us open! Zest, in Grove Road in Eastbourne, is an amazing transformation from Prontaprint that had been operating successfully at the site since 1981.  Our MD, Julie Banks, bought the Prontaprint […]

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Printing Training Materials for Tolley Lexis Nexis

Tolley Exam Training is a leading provider of training materials for tax qualifications. They wanted a business partner who shared their customer service values, to manage, produce & despatch bespoke training material orders to their students around the world. Tolley Exam Training continue to grow in terms of both the number of students and the […]

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Print Training materials for Tolley Tax Training

Say hello to Zest!

Once we were Prontaprint, now we’re Zest! We’re delighted to announce that Zest is now up, running and open for business. After 30 great years as Prontaprint Eastbourne, we’re now trading independently of the Prontaprint network. The move is an exciting new start for us and everyone who works with us, from our customers and […]

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Eastbourne College

The client Eastbourne College is a leading, Eastbourne-based, independent school for boys and girls aged 13 and over. The school has a proud history dating back to 1867 and protects its prestigious brand personality with a vengeance. The challenge The College first approached us in 2000 to design and produce regular short-runs of digital print […]

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The client Bonners Music Superstore is one of the UK’s largest independent musical instrument retailers and enjoys a hugely successful image and presence in Eastbourne. Founded in 1976, the store operates from a 10,000 square foot showroom in the town, selling everything from pianos and drum machines to music cases and saxophones. The challenge The […]

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