NUMBERS CMYK LIMITED – publishers of WHERE To Print, the leading print and allied magazine in Nigeria, has relocated to a new corporate office located at 18, Adekunle Fajuyi Street, GRA Ikeja, Lagos.
The move, according to a statement from NUMBERS CMYK LTD signed by Mr. Joju Adekanbi – the Publisher/ CEO, is in line with the company’s goal strategies aimed at supporting print and allied businesses in Nigeria with quality research-based information that aids print purchase decisions. “Our aim is to scale up our professional services and further contribute our quota to the overall development of the Nigerian print and allied industries” explained Mr. Adekanbi while noting further that the new location – which is a more conducive, business friendly environment, will enhance performance and brand loyalty of NUMBERS CMYK LTD products and services in the industries.
With up–to–date and efficient operational and design/ IT processes backed up with 17KVA Generator, the new corporate office is expected to scale up design, distribution and other logistics throughout the production and circulation of the company’s flagship – WHERE To Print magazine. Not only that, Mr. Adekanbi informed that NUMBERS CMYK LTD new corporate office will further enhance the corporate image of the company especially in offering seamless and professional services of exposing Nigerian Printers and allied Professionals to current trends, time tested ideas and professional best practices in its various Print Exchange Programmes (PEP) specially created to improve print practice and business activities in the country.
Similarly, WHERE To Print - reputed to be industry’s most-consistent print magazine dedicated to quality research-based information that aid print purchase decision, is expected to solidify her editorial stance for principled, factual, balanced and fair report and commentaries. “With our tagline - Print Intelligence - we have successfully shown to print community that we remain committed to the overall development of the Nigerian print and allied industries – and we will not relent in doing the right thing. And as we thank our faithful readers, loyal customers and consistent business partners for being part of our success stories so far, we do hope to continue our mutually beneficial relationships going forward” enjoined Joju Adekanbi.