• Please provide us with as much detail as possible including number of pages, finished size, type/weight of stock, finishing, required deadline etc.
  • Artwork upload: Please supply your print ready pdf file or any other artwork that might be helpful. (Max file size 10MB. Please use our main upload facility for larger files)

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A4 Saddle Stitched Brochure
A4 Saddle Stitched Brochure
A4 Saddle Stitched Brochure
Saddle Stitched School Brochure
Saddle Stitched School Brochure
6pp Folded Overview Brochure
6pp Folded Overview Brochure
Custom Spot UV Brochure Slip-case
Custom Spot UV Brochure Slip-case
A4 Uncoated, Perfect Bound Brochures
A4 Uncoated, Perfect Bound Brochures
A4 Product Brochures
A4 Product Brochures
Saddle Stitched Uncoated Brochure
Saddle Stitched Uncoated Brochure
Spot UV + Matt Laminate Brochure
Spot UV + Matt Laminate Brochure
A4 Saddle Stitched BrochureSaddle Stitched School Brochure6pp Folded Overview BrochureCustom Spot UV Brochure Slip-caseA4 Uncoated, Perfect Bound BrochuresA4 Product BrochuresSaddle Stitched Uncoated BrochureSpot UV + Matt Laminate Brochure

Brochure Printing Service Across the UK

Action Press offers a comprehensive brochure printing service for Sussex, Kent, Surrey, London and the rest of the UK. Whether you want impressive brochures for promoting your products or perhaps something for clients to keep all year listing your services and costs. We can also print school prospectuses, yearbooks, open day brochures, and more.

Our highly experienced team will not only make the ordering process easy but they can advise and help you choose the right size, printing type and other options to make sure your brochure printing experience is simple, fast, and effective.

We have a wide range of brochure options from multiple bindings to different paper weights, sizes and even special finishes to make your brochure really stand out or give it a specific luxury feel to match your brand. Printing is a serious business and we have years of experience creating brochures, booklets and prospectuses for companies, schools and organisations across the UK.

Example Of Perfect Bound Brochure Printing

Perfect Bound Brochures

High quality perfect binding achieves an attractive square spine and will make your printed literature really look the business. Ideal for larger brochures, booklets and catalogues.

Example Of Stapled And Saddle Stitched Brochures

Stapled & Saddle Stitched Brochures

For event guides, booklets and brochures, stapled or saddle stitched binding options are a cost effective option. Perfect for businesses that want great brochures at an affordable price.

Examples Of Wirobound Brochures

WiroBound Brochures

If you’re looking for a low cost solution for your short run printed brochures, wire binding is one option to go for. Holes are punched into the pages and a wire spiral can can then be put in place to hold everything together.

Hardback Brochure Printing

Other Binding Methods

We offer a huge range of different binding options including spiral binding, hardback and case binding. There’s sure to be a binding method to suit your brochure, booklet or catalogue.

  • First you should know what you want the brochure for and what its purpose is. Is it to attract more customers? Perhaps you need something for an upcoming event? Or maybe you have a showroom and need quality brochure printing that reflects your brand.
  • Quantity is also important. The last thing you want is either too few so you can’t give enough brochures out or too many which means you have extra ones lying around the office gathering dust. Decide how big or small your print run is going to be. We can always give quantity options or print a few digitally.
  • Create a brochure that is specifically designed for your audience. So often, businesses tend to see things only from their point of view. Your content ideally needs to be customer focused if you really want it to have impact. Taking time over the layout and what you write is vital. Don’t just list a bunch of features if you have a product – tell your customer how it’s going to benefit them.
  • Be careful of images. If you’ve downloaded a photo or image for your printed brochures, make sure you have permission to use it and that it is of high enough resolution to print clearly. Our team at Action Press will be able to advise you on this.
  • Take your time. You may have a deadline to meet but hurrying a brochure design is the quickest way to get it wrong. Sketch out the structure first and then start adding your content and images. Always make sure that you get the brochure properly proof read and edited before you actually send it to print. It’s often a good idea to find someone outside of your company to proof read first. If you can, leave it as long as possible before you settle on a final draft.
  • There are plenty of brochure printing companies in the UK and choosing the right one is important. A local business that is easy to contact might be top of your list and you’ll certainly want one that is able to offer you good advice when you need it and ensure you make all the right choices when it comes to printed brochures.

People are often surprised by the number of different binding types for printed brochures. If you’re confused, don’t worry. Here’s our quick guide to all the options we offer at Action Press:

  • Stitched/Stapled: This collects your pages together and secures them using a thin wire which is basically a staple stitched through the spine of the book. It works well with brochures, magazines, and practically all other content that’s under about 50 pages.
  • Perfect Bound: This is the brochure binding process for softback books and involves gluing the pages to the cover spine and then wrapping that cover around the content. It works for content that is over 40 pages and is a great choice for catalogues and prospectuses as well as books.
  • Wirobound: If you’re looking for a low cost solution for your short run printed brochures, wire binding is one option to go for. Holes are punched into the pages and a wire spiral can can then be put in place to hold everything together. This is a great choice for a workbook that needs to be folded back on itself and laid flat such as training manuals or business reports. Spiral binding with a continuous wire is another option – for more details on binding methods head over to our blog post here.

There are plenty of different options when it comes to picking the size of your brochure or booklet. Magazines, for example, usually get printed in A4 but you don’t have to comply to this convention if you want to try something different.

If you have a lot to convey, perhaps in a corporate brochure, you might want something that is A4 or even larger. If you want to get a short, vibrant message across you almost certainly want to think about something smaller. DL booklets are becoming increasingly popular in the business world. They’re a third of the size of A4 and can be quite an attractive brochure printing option for UK companies.

The good news is that Action Press can handle brochures of all shapes and sizes.

We advise all our clients to use high quality images in their brochure designs. What generally looks great on a mobile phone or PC screen won’t necessarily come out well when it’s printed. The reason for this is that computers enhance lower quality images to make them look great. If you have an image with a small file size and try to print it out, it will generally look pixelated. The good news is there’s quite a lot of royalty free stock photo options out there that fit the bill and are the right size.

If you’re not sure you have the proper images for your printed brochures, don’t worry. Contact our friendly print team at Action Press and we’ll be able to give you all the advice you need.

If you want your business to stand out from the crowd, creating quality printed brochures should be somewhere near the top of your list. Ideally, you want to create something that customers are going to want to pick up and want to read. That means every aspect of the design, content and printing has to be just right.

We work with a wide range of business across Kent, Sussex, Surrey and London. We’ve helped a hamper business showcase their sumptuous products and a water company create a professional report. Often businesses come to us with a vague idea of what they want to create. Our dedicated print team are able to walk them through our processes so that they understand what a great brochure design can achieve and what we can deliver.

Quality printing needs the right equipment, of course. At Action Press, we’ve got all the tools on board that your business needs for every form of brochure printing. We’re the perfect choice for all kinds of businesses.

LOCAL AREAS WE SERVE:

Brighton | Crawley | East Grinstead | Horsham | Hove | Lewes | Redhill | Reigate | Uckfield | Haywards Heath

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Brochure Quote

Get a Brochure Printing Quote

Below is a simple set of options where you can simply click on the format and choices you require. Please let us know the type of binding and size you would like the brochure printing in. There are also options for orientation so you can choose between landscape and portrait.

Choose your paper type as well as the weight of the paper for the cover and internal pages. For more information on paper weight click here.

The form below also allows for any kind of special finish cover for the brochure. These could include metallic foils, emboss or de-boss finishes as well as graining after lamination, blind UV varnish and more.

Finally choose the number of pages and the number of brochures you would like printined. If you have any special requests or comments please let us know in the box provided. If you would like to discuss any of the options please get in touch, our print experts are on hand to advise and help you choose the best options for your brochure printing requirements.

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We have the expertise and commitment to fulfil your printing requirements, from design to delivery.

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