We help people make good long-term decisions, by making business understandable, through memorable storytelling.
Our team live by our values of being insightful, honest, courageous and supportive, with every project for every client.
We make every project more understandable than its predecessor, helping aid better long-term decision making.
We envision a world where bad decisions, through poor communication, no longer exist.
We're a company whose rich history spans over 100 years. Since our beginnings as a print manufacturer, we've evolved and adapted to the changing technological landscape, expanding our services to include a wide range of corporate communications solutions.
Our tenth year of entering into the IR awards space. Over the last five years, we’ve celebrated over 120 shortlisted client projects.
Launch of innovative process to ‘parse’ content from print production to populate website content.
JP acquires land to build four-storey office space of 15,000 sq ft to support growth and development.
The Consultancy team was formed to provide best practice reporting for our clients.
The company’s first success in the Investor Relations awards space at the IR Best Practice Society Awards.
Innovative Self Edit solution launched. Allowing our clients market-leading access to editing their Annual Reports online.
Celebrated 100 years of printing and creativity in Birmingham.
To coincide with the UK currency decimalisation, an early Olivetti computer calculated tables for haulers to establish freight charges. Hard copies were distributed to all UK haulage companies. This was our first publishing venture.
Two company annual reports – typeset and printed by Jones and Palmer – were included in the Print Design Exhibition at the London Design Centre. This was the first national recognition of our creative services.
The printing of annual reports and accounts for local companies began.
Jones and Palmer became one of the first printing companies in the Midlands to offer in-house design services to compete with advertising agencies by offering a one stop shop for our customers.
Occupation of new premises at 95 Carver Street.
A German parachute mine destroyed the Vine public house in Carver Street, which would later become the site of Jones and Palmer’s print factory.
Became incorporated to trade as Jones and Palmer Ltd.
Moved to larger premises at 98-100 Albion Street and opened a retail stationery shop at the front of the premises. The painted company name and details are still visible on the façade of the building which has been converted back to residential use.
Jones and Palmer opened its doors in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter. Percy H. Jones and Harrold P. Palmer formed the company on the corner of Camden Street and Albion Street, formerly the Kingsway public house, and printed cards for necklets, earrings and brooches for local jewellery manufacturers, along with other small items such as visiting cards, letterheads, billheads, dance tickets and posters.
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