Hardy Signs started it’s journey on August 1st 1993. On today’s edition of Burton Mail readers will find a 7 page feature about Hardy Signs’ journey since day 1.

13 well known companies from Burton sponsored the feature. Hardy Signs is grateful for the support from our friends at Else Solicitors, DL Accountancy, Willshee’s, Lasher Tools, Gibson Technology, Ischebeck Titan, Wilo UK, Evans Paving Services, Burton Place, Burton & South Derbyshire College, Alexander Accountancy, Box-It and Parker and Son and all our friends, clients and staff over the years.

Read 25 facts about Hardy Signs on: https://hardysigns.co.uk/25-years-business-25-facts-hardy-signs/

”Hardy Signs is celebrating a quarter century of business.

Founded by Nik Hardy, also president of the Burton & District Chamber of Commerce, who started his career as an apprentice at Slynn’s Signwriters.

At 23, Nik took the plunge and purchased his own a vinyl cutter, setting up his business from his home garage. The business moved into their first premises at Wharf Road in 1996.

Since their humble beginnings, the firm have gone from strength to strength, securing contracts and clients including B&Q, St George’s Park National Football Centre, National Memorial Arboretum, Nestle UK, Huddersfield Town Football Club, Burton Albion FC and Branston Golf & Country Club.

Hardy Signs are now based at The Maltsters, off Wetmore Road, named ‘Hardy Place’.

The custom built production centre includes a design studio, vehicle wrapping bays, three print studios and two workshops for manufacturing an ever-expanding range of products.

Hardy Signs now employs 25 staff and is investing in the local community, supporting a number of local charities including YMCA Burton, Burton Albion Community Trust, Midlands Air Ambulance, St Giles Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Support and Prostate Cancer UK to name a few…you can read more on here.

 

Burton & District Chamber of Commerce also shared the news via their weekly newsletter.

 

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