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Bespoke Publishing

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VantagePoint Media offers low-cost bespoke publishing solutions for local businesses, charities and other organisations. Our menu of services can range from content and design through to printing and distribution.

We offer a flexible approach and a very cost-effective service designed to help you fulfil your print objectives.

We are skilled in the following areas:

  • Sourcing exceptional editorial content
  • Engaging design and image sourcing
  • Social media promotion
  • Print and distribution

We can help you with the following:

  • Brochures
  • Magazines
  • Programmes
  • Inserts
  • Leaflets
  • Adverts
  • Banners

For more information on how we can help you and your organisation, please contact:

Stefan Reynolds – email stefan@vantagepublishing.co.uk or call: 01483 421601
Alex Chidgey – email: alex@vantagepublishing.co.uk or call: 01483 617112

As part of our publishing mix, we have been commissioned to undertake bespoke projects on behalf of clients. These include commemorative supplements, annual guides and inserts such as the following:

Mole Valley Arts Alive Festival

In 2018, we produced the annual Mole Valley Arts Alive Festival brochure on behalf of the Festival committee and Mole Valley District Council. We created the design, the layout, sourced the paper, arranged the print and delivered the final product to our client.

We have happily just been re-commissioned to produce their 2019 brochure.

 

 

Farnham Town Council

In 2017 and 2018, we were commissioned by Farnham Town Council to produce an insert for the Farnham Food Festival.

We created the artwork to their specification and inserted it into the September issue of our magazine VantagePoint, which is distributed by the Royal Mail to all 22,532 homes in the Farnham area.

 

 

Godalming Town Council

Back in 2012, we created the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee brochure for Godalming Town Council and its Diamond Jubilee celebrations. We designed the layout, set the copy, sourced the paper and arranged the printing.

The 48 page guide was hand delivered to more than 10,000 homes in the Godalming area.

 

 

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