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27 May 2022

Exciting development as new chapter opens for leading Offaly business

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Tim Quinlan and Maria Cunningham of Graphic Index

Graphic Index Ltd is looking forward to 2022 with a move to Birr Technology Centre.

One of the most established graphic design businesses in the midlands, Graphic Index has serviced the design and branding needs of clients in the midlands and beyond  for over two decades from its offices at Market Square, Tullamore.

Managing Director Tim Quinlan, acknowledges the support and loyalty he and the business have enjoyed in the Offaly capital and wishes to ensure that the Tullamore market will continue to  be just as important in the future. 
 
Graphic Index’s new home is Birr Technology Centre, a renovated, modernised mill building by the riverside in the heart of Ireland’s Georgian Heritage Town.

The building is a wonderful blend of original features and state-of-the art business services and  facilities. Graphic Index comes here as part of the STREAM Birr initiative which provides collaboration opportunities for researchers, academia and business in the areas of science, technology and design.

Graphic Index provide a wide range of graphic design and visual communication services. The core service is logo and brand design; working with businesses of all types and sizes to create their visual identity.

Both Tim Quinlan and Maria Cunningham are  talented designers, each with over 25 years professional experience working with a vast array of businesses and organisations in industries such as business services, agri products, engineering, construction, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food and beverages, as well as many  public sector clients. “We design all the various promotional and point of sale material you may need including brochures, packaging, signage, stationery, large format posters, banners and digital design. We have a network of suppliers that are experts in the  areas of print, sign writing, packaging and website development.

Through this network we can offer you the best advice and value in an array of production processes including eco-friendly printing and paper, packaging and banner production”. Graphic  Index is currently taking part in the “Green For Micro” programme - a new initiative from the Local Enterprise Offices - to help prepare small businesses for the low carbon economy of the future.

“We are taking steps to reduce our environmental footprint,  improve resource efficiency, and increase our resilience to climate change impacts”.
To find out more about Graphic Index and view case studies please visit  www.graphicindex.com  or call 086 8330047

Irish Memorial Cards by Graphic index is a service that was developed over recent years. “We saw a gap in the market for high quality memorial stationery. Having designed and produced memorial cards for family and friends we became inundated with  requests for similar work”.  www.irishmemorialcards.ie  was developed to promote the service and orders have flooded in from all over Ireland and beyond.

Products include memorial cards, bookmarks, wallet cards and acknowledgement cards. Each job  involves personal consultation and bespoke design that considers the personal wishes of the bereaved family. The finished cards are produced to an extremely high quality.
To find out more or book a consultation please visit  www.irishmemorialcards.ie  or call 086 8330047

A third business offering is artwork and illustration. Tim has built his business on his creative ability and skills as a draftsman and painter. His illustration work offers a valuable resource in his corporate design service and has been commissioned by many  businesses as illustration for packaging, advertising and instructional diagrams as well as for heritage and cultural projects.

Tim also accepts commissions for portrait painting and drawing and paintings of buildings or objects. A hand painted artwork can  capture a very different character and quality than a photograph. This work is particularly popular for special gifts and presentations. 
To find out more or book a consultation please visit  www.timquinlan.ie  or call 086 8330047

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