GB Sign Solutions News

Limelight: Health and Well-being Hub

By Sarah Farrell  -  On 06 Mar, 2018 -  0 comments

GB Sign Solutions is immensely proud to support the development of the health and well-being hub, Limelight. Based within Old Trafford, this impressive organisation brings together fantastic facilities and vital community services all under one roof, aimed at making a real difference to the lives of local people by providing a space for the community

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New Belt Oven Installation is set to Increase Productivity

By Sarah Farrell  -  On 28 Nov, 2017 -  0 comments

GB Sign Solution’s headquarters welcomed a new addition to their Manchester factory, in the form of a new belt oven. The belt oven was commissioned to be custom manufactured, with the purpose of significantly boosting the throughput of high volume stove enamelled signage, including rail plates and street nameplates. GB Sign Solutions have seen a

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Start 2017 with a signage audit

By Marketing Insite  -  On 17 Jan, 2017 -  0 comments

We associate the New Year with reflecting on the previous year, looking at what we would do differently, gaining motivation and making plans for the future. Generally this is applied to one’s personal life whether in terms of fitness, change of mind set or new job intensions. The New Year, however, is a perfect time

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It`s not just about showing you the way…

By Marketing Insite  -  On 13 Oct, 2016 -  0 comments

With the new term well on its way students across the country will be finding their feet in their new schools, colleges and universities. Many of which will be relying on the directional signage to help them get to the right place at the right time. But signage isn’t just about showing people the way.

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Pointing visitors in the right direction!

By Marketing Insite  -  On 17 Aug, 2016 -  0 comments

When did you last see your premises from a visitors perspective? Have you received any feedback from visitors regarding your signage solutions? Many business owners rarely see their business premises from a visitors point of view. They often approach the site differently to visitors and use the staff carpark entering the building via the staff

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