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Connecticut print and design entrepreneur expands with new Manchester offices
More space, new hires needed to meet increasing customer demands
He started out printing custom magnets and offering them online, and since then he has grown exponentially year-to-year. He now offers a full range of printing and design services to clients all over the world who turn to him because, he believes, he has created the perfect niche--fast service, low prices, and a personal touch.
"I talk to people all the time who tell me they are using an online printer because they think it's cheaper. The quality is so-so, but they think they are saving money," he said. "OtherDesigns offers much higher quality, personal assistance and one-on-one service, and I can almost always match or often beat those prices."
Dorobantu's strategy is working. To service his growing client base, now in the thousands, he is moving the OtherDesigns headquarters into the Hilliard Mills building at 642 Hilliard Street in Manchester. This historical building was the site of the oldest woolen mill in America, and it has been meticulously restored. "I have clients in the Hilliard Mills Building," said Dorobantu. "I would go there to drop off deliveries or meet with them, and I just fell in love with the building. I knew it was where I wanted to be."
"We're so happy to welcome Victor to the Hilliard Mills family," said Peter Bonzani, the building's owner. "This is a real Connecticut success story, and real American success story. Victor came to the United States as an immigrant and has built a thriving business. Now we'll be a part of it as he grows."
OtherDesigns began operating out of the Hilliard Mills building at the beginning of February. As a part of this expansion, he plans to hire three additional full-time staffers.
OtherDesigns is a full-service printing and design firm. In addition to business cards, stationery, invitations, flyers, and brochures, they can create a range of imaginative pieces for both businesses and individuals. Bring them your most unusual idea, and you'll see how they put the "other" in OtherDesigns. For more information, visit http://www.otherdesigns.com.