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Printerland Signs New Sharks Deal are proud to announce the continuation of our partnership with Sale Sharks Rugby Club.

Printerland will continue to support the Sale Sharks team and feature on the family stand of the AJ Bell Stadium.

This new deal continues a partnership which stretches back over 15 years to 2004 when Printerland began as a Sharks sponsor at the Edgeley Park stadium.

Mark Cueto said, “It’s fantastic news that Printerland have renewed with us again this year – they’re a great partner; a fantastic international business and they really value their roots here in the North West.”

“This new deal strengthens the existing agreement between us as long-term partners and we’re delighted that they’ll continue to be part of the Sale Sharks corporate family for the future.

During the course of the 19/20 season, Printerland will donate 2,000 tickets to various community groups as part of an ongoing inclusivity program.

This program has already allowed 8,000 members of local charities and community groups to experience premiership rugby first hand.

Previous inclusiveness events have included providing tickets to members of the Christie foundation as well as supporting a mixed abilities rugby team.

Printerland MD Graham Vickers said, ‘It’s fantastic that our partnership with Sale Sharks is continuing and we are proud to be supporting a local premiership rugby team.’

All of us at Printerland wish Sale Sharks every success in the upcoming 19/20 season.


Mixed Ability Youngsters Take Part in Half-Time Game Courtesy of Printerland

Last Friday, we invited a group of 30 young people involved in mixed ability rugby programmes to experience the Sale Sharks second-to-last home game of the season.

The youngsters were given the chance to take part in their own game on the pitch at half-time and they were also able to experience Sale’s 6-3 victory against Bath.Mill Green school, 4F Centre in St Helens and West Park RUFC Mixed Ability Team are involved with Sharks Community Trust to help to promote and encourage inclusion in rugby. The mixed ability programme offers opportunities for non-disabled and disabled participants aged 17 or older to get involved in the sport.

Mixed Ability Rugby sessions are available on a Monday between 4pm and 5pm at West Park RUFC, St Helens.

All of us at Printerland hope that the group enjoyed the game and their half-time show. We look forward to continuing our work to promote inclusiveness and to bring new audiences to Rugby.


Printerland Invite Sharks’ Walking Rugby Programme to Pre-Game Festival at AJ Bell Stadium

On Friday 29th March we donated tickets for over 60 members of the Sale Sharks Community Trust’s Walking Rugby programme to experience the Sale Vs Connacht game and attend a barbarian style pre-match festival. The Walking Rugby participants were able to watch Sale progress into the semi-final of the European Challenge Cup as they beat Connacht 20 – 10.

At half-time the group took to the pitch to perform in front of thousands of fans to show what Walking Rugby is all about. Members of the Sharks’ programme had come from various North West locations where the Trust’s coaches had been training them.

All of us at Printerland are delighted to have supplied tickets for the group to attend the match, some of whom it was their first time at a Sale Sharks game. We hope that each member enjoyed the game and their amazing half-time performance.

We aim to continue delivering rugby to new audiences as part of our inclusiveness programme and working with the Sharks to provide these experiences for many others in the future.


Creative Support Group enjoys Sharks game courtesy of Printerland

Printerland is proud to have given members of the Creative Support charity a chance to see Sale Sharks vs Exeter Chiefs live at the AJ Bell Stadium.

Around 25 members of the Creative Support charity were supplied with tickets in order to witness the action from the stand.

Creative Support works with members of the community with care and support needs by promoting their inclusion, independence and wellbeing.

This donation of tickets was part of Sale Sharks & Printerland’s ongoing inclusiveness initiative to bring Rugby to those who may not have the means to enjoy these live sport fixtures otherwise.

The charity members enjoyed the tense match, which for many was their first taste of live professional rugby.

Printerland MD Graham Vickers said, ‘It’s great to be able give charity members the chance to experience the top tier of Rugby live.’ is proud to continue sponsoring Sale Shark Rugby Club and we wish them every success in the future.


Printerland Invite Military Veterans to attend Sale Sharks vs Northampton Saints Rugby Game

As part of our drive to promote inclusiveness we gave away tickets for military veterans and their families to watch the Sale Sharks win 18-15 against the Northampton Saints at the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday 24th November.

Volunteers, veterans and mascots from Help for Heroes collected donations from fans and presented the players with the match ball before kick-off.

A former soldier, Craig Monaghan who was wounded in Afghanistan and served in the army for over six years now leads the Sharks Forces programme. He stated: “We’ve been working really hard throughout November to promote our work with military veterans and it was fantastic to have so many of the people we’ve worked with at the game with their families on Saturday. We’re very grateful to Printerland for the donation of tickets.”

Sharks Forces community programme was established in association with the Royal British Legion and has helped over 450 military veterans to build up confidence and skills. The programmes key objectives are to help veterans return to normal civilian life, find employment and prevent isolation.

All of us at Printerland are delighted to have given tickets away for veterans and their families to attend the game. It was great to be part of such an important cause and we look forward to continuing our work with Sale Sharks to promote inclusiveness.


Printerland Crowned Xerox Velocity Partner of the Year

At the annual Xerox Partner Congress, Printerland was delighted to accept the award for 'Xerox Velocity Partner of the Year 2018'.

The accolade was presented to Printerland in front of 130 delegates by BBC journalist and television presenter, Dan Walker alongside Xerox Director of Channels, Carlo Longhi and President of Developing Markets and UK & Ireland, David Dyas.

Upon announcing Printerland as the winner, Xerox commented;

"This particular Partner has gone from strength to strength having increased unit activity by 24%.

This partner has met and exceeded all growth expectations and as a result delivered an overall Revenue YOY growth of 15% in the UK.

These results have also led to them being the largest European Partner for Xerox on Toner out devices.

A fantastic result and we look forward to our on-going partnership in 2019 and beyond."

James Kight, Managing Director of Printerland remarked;

“It’s great to see the hard work from this strategic partnership paying off. To witness such strong growth in the UK, leading to us becoming Xerox’s leading European Partner is an achievement for us all to be really proud of.

Working so closely with Xerox has helped develop a very strong relationship and we look forward to building on our success together for a long time to come.”


Printerland teams up with Works4U Support Services to promote inclusion through sport

Our inclusion programme is going from strength to strength as we kick off our latest partnership with Works4U Support Services, a specialist education provider in Tameside. This is the latest in a series of initiatives to get more young people across Greater Manchester involved in sport.

Works4U was a natural choice as our next partner, as the company offers an alternative to mainstream education for young people aged 14-24 with significant learning barriers. These include moderate-severe learning difficulties, mental health struggles and confidence issues.

We’ve given away 200 tickets for the 2018/19 Sale Sharks season to Sports and Behaviour Management students at Works4U Support Services. They attended their first game on Saturday 24th November – Sale Sharks vs Northampton Saints. We also organised for six students to watch a training session back in October, where they met several of the Premiership team’s players and coaches.Wendy Mackie, managing director of Works4U Support Services, said: “Our partnership with Printerland is excellent news for our young people. Many have never attended a rugby game before, so it’s a great opportunity for them. Sport is an integral part of our curriculum, with many of our students demonstrating a real interest in the industry. We’re grateful to Printerland for its generous gift and commitment to ongoing support.”

To date, the programme has allowed us to give away 6,000 tickets to a variety of schools and community groups across the North West. Our involvement with Works4U is the first of many community outreach events planned for the 2018-2019 season, as we aim to spread the project further across Greater Manchester.

Read more about this partnership, via Business Manchester here.

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Printerland Invite Project Ruby Youngsters to the AJ Bell Stadium

We recently gave away tickets for a group of 13 to 16-year olds to visit the AJ Bell Stadium and watch the Sale Sharks vs Saracens rugby game. The group of teenagers had previously been involved in the Project Rugby Programme currently delivered by Sale Sharks Community Trust.

The Project Rugby programme provided the group with an active day of playing rugby and a chance to meet members of the Sale Sharks team. By donating the tickets to the youngsters, it enabled them to experience a rugby game, and to watch the Sale Sharks in action.

Premiership Rugby and England Rugby decided to create the Project Rugby programme to try and increase participation in the sport. Sale Sharks Community Trust have been key to promoting and delivering the project across the North West. At Printerland, we take pride in our sponsorship with the Sharks and we are committed to introducing new audiences to the game and promoting inclusiveness.

We hope that the group of teenagers enjoyed their active day out with the Sale Sharks, and we look forward to giving more tickets away this season.


Printerland reports record business growth

It’s an exciting time for Printerland, as we’re on track to achieve a record turnover of £50million this financial year.

These figures reflect our efforts to adapt and respond to the ever-evolving print industry, with security concerns and improved accessibility increasing consumer demand for our expertise. Over the past 12 months, we’ve also expanded our specialist team, fuelled by growth in our managed print division.

Our progress follows our advancement as we increase our market share as the demand for innovative technology continues. Our managing director, James Kight, spoke to Channel Pro this month about how bright the future of printing looks – read the full article here.

We’re proud of such impressive growth – something that we’ve encouraged by investing in our internal ERP, CRM and ecommerce systems. Our customers are always at the forefront of our decision-making, as we continue to provide the best possible service.

We also recognise the importance of nurturing existing relationships, and want to show our appreciation to our loyal client base. This attitude has helped us grow over the last 25 years, and will continue to support success in the future.


South Manchester Down's Syndrome Support Group attend Sharks game

This weekend, a local Down’s Syndrome support group led by parents got to experience a thrilling match between Sale Sharks and Connacht Rugby at the AJ Bell Stadium via tickets generously donated by Printerland.

The South Manchester Down’s Syndrome Support Group is a charity run completely by volunteers. Children and adults are provided with speech and language therapy and are given the opportunity to take part in social events and exciting activities. Whilst supporting children and adults with down’s syndrome, on-going support is provided to families to help these young people fulfil their potential.

Through their Chatterbox Club, a family social event, the charity offers opportunities for children to meet and socialise with others of a similar age for group therapy.We welcomed 25 people from the charity who enjoyed a first-class rugby match filled with entertainment resulting in a 34-13 win for the Sharks over Connacht Rugby.

Mark Cueto, Sale Sharks Commercial Director praised Printerland’s community work by adding “We love that we have the opportunity to welcome local charities to the games. Hopefully we will have found some new avid rugby fans that will want to come back again and again.”

“Once again, Printerland have delivered on their commitment to making rugby accessible to people around Greater Manchester. This will continue throughout the season as our partnership goes from strength to strength.”

With further plans to help charities and promote Inclusiveness, Printerland’s desire is to give away an additional 2,000 tickets this year.


Printerland teams up with Sale Sharks to promote inclusion at local school

Sale Sharks rugby stars, Josh Strauss and Cameron Neild, joined Printerland employees earlier this month to talk to students and deliver free match tickets to Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic College in Altrincham.

During the visit, Josh and Cameron discussed the importance of persistence, resilience and motivation in sport, as well as their personal journeys that led to them playing top-level rugby. Students were delighted to meet the first-team players, and many will attend the Sale Sharks vs Saracens game at the AJ Bell Stadium in November.

Community engagement is integral to our role as key sponsors for Sale Sharks, and supports our message of inclusion through sport. By offering these tickets to schoolchildren in Altrincham, we hope to encourage more people into rugby.

John Cornally, headmaster at Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic College, said: “A positive attitude is something we like to instil in all our pupils. Hearing this from the Sale Sharks players first hand will leave a lasting impression on our students.

“Our sincere thanks go to Printerland for their generosity with the ticket giveaway and their continued focus on community engagement. Our students can’t wait for the game.”

Blessed Thomas Holford Catholic College is a leading Altrincham school, with a fully integrated sports academy, including a 3G pitch, a MUGA pitch and netball and tennis courts. Sports education is a pivotal part of what the school offers pupils, making it the ideal choice for re-introducing our inclusion programme this year.

To date, the scheme has allowed us to give away 6,000 tickets to a variety of schools and community groups across the North West. Our involvement with BTHCC is the first of many community outreach events planned for the 2018-2019 season.To ensure that you remain up to date with all the latest Printerland news, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn


Sale High School Helps Kick Off New Season

Printerland are delighted to have supplied 70 tickets for a group of Sale High School students to experience the Sale Sharks vs Worcester Warriors rugby match at the AJ Bell Stadium.

All of us at Printerland take pride in our sponsorship with Sale Sharks as we always love to get involved with promoting inclusiveness and introducing new audiences to rugby. We are pleased to have donated the tickets to a local high school and given the opportunity for the students to get involved in the game.

The high school students were able to watch fantastic tries from Josh Beaumont and Denny Solomona which contributed towards Sale Sharks first victory of the season, securing an amazing 21-15 win. Printerland continues to wish Sale Sharks all the success for the rest of the season.


Printerland invites Seashell Trust & first LGBT team to Sharks game

Students from the Seashell Trust along with players from the newly established LGBT rugby team, Lancashire Typhoons were given the chance to experience a Sale Sharks rugby match against the Wasps at the AJ Bell Stadium via tickets donated by Printerland.

The Seashell Trust students and LGBT rugby team enjoyed a nail-biting rugby match stacked with entertainment. The Sharks secured a 28-27 win over the wasps, making the trip for the guests an exhilarating and exciting experience.

The Greater Manchester based charity, Seashell Trust provides support throughout the UK for young children and adults aged between 2 – 25 with complex learning disabilities. With the help and support of experienced staff, students who attend the Seashell Trust’s school or college are given the opportunity to develop their skills and become a creative, independent individual.


South African Success - with Sale Sharks

In 2012 the South African side of Printerland was born – and we are now celebrating almost 6 years of business and a record year of sales for our South African team!

So through our sponsorship of Aviva Premiership Rugby Team Sale Sharks, we decided to ask a few South African Sharks members what they miss and love most about their home in South Africa.

From insights into safari wildlife and enjoying time with friends and family around a bright fire, to giving us a taste of the South African sunshine, Byron McGuigan, Josh Strauss and Faf De Klerk take us on a journey through South African life.

Printerland were delighted to have signed a new deal in 2016 to sponsor Sale Sharks, and we have been proud to work alongside them on various occasions ever since.


Printerland Welcomes All

‘Project Rugby’ is a large-scale project supported by Premiership Rugby and England Rugby specially designed to enable people with additional needs or disabilities or those without to play together. This ethos of acceptance and inclusiveness is something we at Printerland believe makes rugby as special a game as it is, and so we were overjoyed to be able to invite over 50 Mixed Ability Rugby players to attend the recent Aviva Premiership match between Sale Sharks and Worcester Warriors at the AJ Bell Stadium.

The group of people who enjoyed the match had a wide range of difficulties that could make day to day life challenging such as autism, hearing and visual impairments as well as learning difficulties. All here at Printerland were eager to be able to help them all have an extraordinary experience they could remember forever.

In a bid to make this game as memorable as we could for the Mixed Ability group, with help from Sale Sharks we were able to organise a pre-match training session as well as a half-time rugby display on the AJ Bell Stadium Pitch. Simon Leather, part of Sale Sharks Community Rugby & Inclusion Coaches team, said “They invited us to Sixways in December and for many of the individuals having experiences like this is so beneficial for their personal development, both in terms of increasing their self-confidence and resilience along with coping socially in a very challenging environment.’’

We pride ourselves on ensuring that the opportunity we were given to sponsor Sale Sharks continually helps to introduce new audiences to rugby, to promote inclusiveness and to benefit those who may never have had the chance to attend or be involved in a rugby match before. ‘’Seeing the Mixed Ability group get involved so enthusiastically with this experience and even benefit from it makes all of us here at Printerland grateful to be given the chance to help!” says Printerland MD Graham Vickers.

We aim to continue providing these once-in-a-lifetime days for as many as possible in the future.

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