Digiwedoo sells to Finsbury Green

Digiwedoo sells to Finsbury Green
South Australian printer hands the reigns over to South Australian branch of print, mail and marketing company

After 30 years in business, Digiwedoo owner Mike Minahan has sold his print and print management company to print, mail and marketing company Finsbury Green.

Minahan says age was a factor when deciding about the business. “I have been working there for 30 years as the founder and owner, and turned 73 the other day.”

“The takeover starts on Monday, I would imagine it would take two to three days to get it sorted. A lot to do of course. It will not be that much of a disruption to our customers.” Digiwedoo clients are mainly designers and advertising agencies.

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Minahan says the eight full time staff will continue working with Finsbury Green but will be moving to the Finsbury Green premises in Thebarton, five minutes out of the city.

“The company is just in a different premises and serving the same customers. It is business as usual.”

Minahan says, “I wish all our loyal staff the best for the future.”

Digiwedoo began as a pre-press specialist, and moved onto print and print management. Its equipment includes an HP Indigo which will be moving to Finsbury Green.

Finsbury Green specialises in print, direct mail, marketing services, transmedia, logistic and print media. Finsbury Green has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, and is one of the biggest printers in the country.


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