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New Vacancy: Full-Time Customer Service Administrator

Update: Vacancy now filled.

We’re looking for a Full-Time Customer Service Administrator at Express Group to replace a much loved staff member who is retiring!

This is a full-time role Monday to Friday 09.00 – 17.30 to work in a small, busy department. The successful candidate must have strong communication and organisational skills; you must be able to work as part of a team and also independently.

You should have the ability to multi task, a flexible approach, with good basic admin, Terrarium TV computer & numeracy skills with an eye for detail. You should be enthusiastic and willing […]

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January 26th, 2016
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    November 2015

GoPrint3D announce new partnership with Zortrax

GoPrint3D are delighted to announce their new partnership with Zortrax, and that they are now stocking the increasingly popular Zortrax M200 3D printer.

The Zortrax M200 is gracing the desktops of thousands of happy customers worldwide, thanks to its accuracy; ability to copy models to the minutest detail; value for money; and complete reliability. It’s also currently being used by NATO to help with aircraft upgrades.

Speaking of the partnership, James Blackburn of GoPrint3D said: “We are delighted to Terrarium TV introduce the Zortrax M200 to our range.”

“This printer is the most widely accessible of 3D printers available to the consumer market,” […]

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November 10th, 2015
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    June 2015

GoPrint3D announced as partners to Teach Design

GoPrint3D are delighted to announce that they have been appointed partners to Teach Design, and will be instrumental in driving their National 3D Printing Campaign. The campaign will aim to develop and exemplify the pedagogy behind the successful integration of 3D printing technology into the classroom.

12 Design and Technology teachers in London have been handed top of the range BEEVERYCREATIVE commercial 3D printers, provided by GoPrint3D.

Each teacher involved in the project will spend a year exploring the possibilities of 3D printers in schools, and will regularly blog about their experiences on the campaign’s website.

The outcome will be a better understanding […]

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June 23rd, 2015