How to build a print shop from scratch

The story of how a print press, print shop and print magazine came to be, is the story of a very lucky couple. 

Their print shop, Somerset House, was founded in 1974 by a team of former employees from the printing house at The Times of London, including a former colleague who would become its managing director, Paul Sarno. 

The couple wanted to build their own printing house for the local printing press, so they went back to London and bought the printing press house at the end of the 1970s. 

They then went to the printers in Somerset and they got their first printing press and the first commercial printer in the world. 

When it was going to be run by the print press house, the Somerset House group became the publishing house. 

Paul Sarnos first name was also on the Somerset house’s founding documents.

He worked at The Evening Standard and the Daily Mirror in London and the Times of Scotland. 

He had a great relationship with James Wight, a colleague who was then head of the printing business at The Guardian, who said that the Somerset group was the first paper to have a print house in Somerset. 

It had its roots in the first printing house that was run by Wight and the company was bought by the Daily Mail. 

At the time, The Times and The Guardian were the leading papers in the UK. 

In 1979, Paul went back home to the States to run a small print shop for the newspaper company and he got into printing. 

“I went back, got the printers working, got their machines, got them printing,” Paul said. 

We built the shop up from a very basic printing machine that we had to buy from a company called Maitland and a small company called The Guardian,” he said.”

I knew the guys who owned the printing firm at The Telegraph. 

I had a good relationship with them, and the two of them were looking to buy the printing company. 

And they said, ‘We’re going to take you on, and we’re going out and buy you a printing press,’ so we went to The Guardian and they gave us a contract. 

So we started the printing shop in Somerset, and after a while we were very, very lucky.” 

It was not until after The Guardian bought the paper and the Somerset newspaper that Paul and James would get their first printer. 

Somerset House was sold in 1994 to James’ son, Michael, who was the chairman of the print house at that time. 

Michael was then chairman of The Telegraph, and in 1998 he became managing director at the newspaper group. 

James went back and bought it and the rest is history. 

After the sale, James decided to buy Somerset House and the publishing group.

James and his son are now in charge of publishing The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times. 

On Wednesday, they announced the purchase of the publishing company, and it will now be run as a separate company.

The deal is a major coup for James, who has been running the print shop as he prepares to become the chairman.”

The company has been a great success, and I’m very pleased to have been part of it. “

The company has been a great success, and I’m very pleased to have been part of it. 

Now, we’re looking to make the printing plant in Somerset a bigger operation. 

My father is very, really excited to go on and take this opportunity and start the printing plants and move it forward.” 

James says the Somerset Press will have a bigger presence in print and online media, and will also have a presence in digital media. 

However, it is not the first time that James has had a print-only operation.

In 2002, he took over the printing operations of The Daily Mail, and he said that print outlets had become increasingly digitalised and the printing office had been losing readers. 

One reason, he said, was that digital media was cheaper.

“The digital printing is cheaper, cheaper, more economical,” James said.

“So it’s a very good business, and certainly the print media business has grown enormously in the last 15 years. 

There is so much digital, so much of it available, that people are becoming digital consumers, and digital is the future. 

Digital media has come and gone, but print media is going the same way. 

You can get digital access to a newspaper from anywhere, but if you want to see a newspaper on a computer screen, it will cost you a lot more.”

We can have a digital edition, a digital print edition and we can have the digital edition in print. 

But I do think that the print and digital printing are very similar. 

For example, there are certain people who buy the digital version of The Times but buy the print edition of The Guardian. 

That’s the way the