Members of Blackburn Youth Zone’s Agency – a unique young people led media services company
– have formalised a partnership with Ronset, the Blackburn based wide format and digital printing
Ronset recently became a partner of Blackburn Youth Zone and will now manage all of the printing
needs for Agency and the Youth Zone, from posters to stickers, vouchers to window vinyls.
Agency, which is run by young people with the support and management of Steven Carlin, Head
of Communications at Blackburn Youth Zone, is currently working on the internal branding for the
Jubilee Street building.
Chris Durham, Commercial Manager at Ronset, said:
“We are delighted to be a partner of Blackburn Youth Zone; we were really impressed by the
facilities and offering when we visited recently. We are also looking forward to working closely with
the designers and marketing team at Agency on the projects that they have planned over the next
few months. These young people are the designers of the future so we are really interested to see
what projects they are working on.
“We believe in working closely with local companies, so we are really pleased with this partnership
with Blackburn Youth Zone.”
Amelia Hanson, a designer at Agency, said:
“As a team, we have lots of ideas for graphics and marketing literature for the Youth Zone so we are
looking forward to working closely with Ronset to make these ideas happen. It was really interesting
visiting Ronset to learn more about the different materials that they can print on; this has definitely
given me some new ideas for projects.”