On April 1st 2011, First4Numbers were pleased to welcome Prime Minister David Cameron to their head quarters located in Tondu, Bridgend.
David Cameron was visiting South Wales to deliver a speech in Swansea, and took the time out to show his support for some of the local businesses that were expanding in the area.
First4Numbers were pleased to introduce the Prime Minister to their traditional printing equipment, processes, and new investments, which have contributed significantly to First4Numbers’ rapid expansion.
Cameron was impressed by the amount of national and international work that was being generated by the company, and managing director Darren Powell’s aspirations on taking the company forward.
The Prime Minister took the time to talk to each member of staff, and was later shown the designs for the upcoming London Marathon, that were being printed on one of the companies new investment printers, the ColorWave 600.
Lead Graphic designer Richard Barrett was initially surprised by the visit and said “It was a privilege to have met David, and his appreciation for small businesses was welcome”.
First4Numbers have also recently invested in a new multi-purpose large format printer, which will significantly expand their printing capabilities.