mm&d were approached by Northern Suburbs Rugby FC based in Australia to produce various marketing materials such as Matchday posters, programmes, leaflets, flyers and much more!
mm&d were appointed to produce a fully searchable website for this luxury resort in Devon. Newsletter campaign design and distribution was also undertaken as well as the production of a glossy brochure which was designed and printed.
Cablecom Training got in touch with us as a matter of urgency to see if we could design and print a Company brochure for them to take along to an event which they were exhibiting at the same week. Normally a job like this would take a few weeks but not wanting to let a new client down, we worked round the clock in order for the brochure to be designed and delivered in time for the event. Another happy customer.
Having successfully won a 2 year contract we have been working with Wooden Spoon the Children’s Charity for the past seven months and have just created the design theme for this years Annual Ball which is based on a 60’s theme. A very high profile event which deserves a classy and up market design.
Plutus are a very well-known wealth management company based in London, they came to us with the request of producing a number of different brochures for them to hand out to their clients, ofcourse we were only too happy to help them out and the end product is fantastic.
Oceanscan a global leader in subsea inspection equipment contacted mm&d to design and print a new company brochure which they will use to promote themselves all over the globe. The brochure showcased what they do and gave an overview to the company with a striking design. Needless to say the client was overwhelmed with the printed version.
London Scottish have been a long-term client of ours, we have worked for them on a huge amount of projects including, matchday programmes, event management, poster design, leaflet design, ecommerce website development and much much more
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