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Print Storm has acquired Alexandria Digital Communication

Today is an exciting day for the Print Storm family, and marks a significant milestone for our business as we announce our acquisition of Alexandria Digital Communication. With a team of additional, highly skilled professionals set to join our team from Friday 1st April 2022, we’re now better positioned than ever to achieve our goal of helping small businesses do big business.

27 March, 2022
Written by Paul Cavalier
Print Storm's Dubbo Store | Design, Print & Signs

Our Dubbo print shop is currently closed

Due to the current stay at home orders put in place by the NSW State Government, we've closed our Dubbo store temporarily. Most of our products and services remain available during this period; you just need to order online, via email, or over the phone. Free delivery is available to all customers within the Dubbo LGA.

10 August, 2021
Written by Paul Cavalier

COVID-19: Everyone's tired, but we must press on.

COVID-19 has proven to be one of the biggest challenges some people have faced in their entire lives. We have to look ahead, or we'll just never get there. Paul, our Managing Director, discusses his thoughts on where we go to from here.

10 August, 2021
Written by Paul Cavalier

A guide to vector and raster graphics

If you're looking to produce the highest quality, smooth, crisp printing results, you need to understand the fundamental differences between rasters and vectors, so we've put together this little guide to make it easier for you.

5 March, 2021
Written by Paul Cavalier

We're closing for a few weeks

We've had a huge year here at Print Storm, for so many reasons. We're closing our stores in Dubbo and Mudgee for a few weeks to give out hard working team a well earned break.

10 December, 2020
Written by Paul Cavalier

Why you should reach out to your customers now, not later

Now, more than ever, your customers need to hear from you. Whether it's to tell them how you're making changes to your processes to better serve them during this time, or just to check on them and see how they're going, making contact during a crisis will be remembered for years to come.

2 April, 2020
Written by Paul Cavalier