Customer Case Studies
Showcasing customers that have demonstrated innovation and achieved amazing success working with GJS.
[VIDEO] Griffith Camera House: focused on the future with dye sublimation and ChromaLuxe
Always keen to offer its customers the latest in photographic printing options, Griffith Camera House recently embraced dye sublimation and incorporated ChromaLuxe photo panels into its diverse range of solution offerings.
[VIDEO] Tamborine Mountain State High School: taking STEM to the next level with dye sublimation
With STEM a huge focus for schools right around the country, students at Tamborine Mountain State High School are embracing advanced manufacturing methods such as dye sublimation to create amazing products and prepare themselves for a digitally diverse future workforce.
[VIDEO] Xpress Tees: cashing in on the customisation revolution
With two stores in tourist hotspots on Queensland’s popular Gold Coast, Xpress Tees is cashing in on the booming customisation revolution by taking a retail-kiosk approach to delivering personalised and on-demand tees to the masses.
[VIDEO] Masita: kicking goals with the Roland BN-20
With two Roland VersaSTUDIO BN-20's powering production, Melbourne-based sporting apparel business Masita is kicking goals in the local sporting community by providing speedy service, bespoke customisation and good old-fashioned customer service.
[VIDEO] Olive Design: creating people's space, their way
Olive Design exemplifies the versatility and opportunity that exists in the custom print market with dye sublimation. From designer homewares including bedding, cushions, clipboards and coasters through to high-definition metal prints for photographers and even kitchen splashbacks, there isn’t a product that Ann from Olive Design can’t create for her customers.
[VIDEO] The Tshirt Mill: taking the custom t-shirt world by storm
From humble beginnings selling designs at the local markets to a t-shirt printing powerhouse, The Tshirt Mill continues to go from strength to strength as it capitalises on the custom print revolution. And with a finger on the pulse of the music and festival scene, The Tshirt Mill is taking custom tees to the masses.
[VIDEO] Forza Italia captures customised print market in Melbourne
Forza Italia is Australia’s largest Italian retailer, importing a huge selection of well-known Italian brands including Ferrari and Juventus. With the help of GJS, it now also creates and personalises a variety of products on-demand in its Lygon Street store, as well as online via forzacustoms.com.au
[VIDEO] Do you even print bro? Customisation comes to Crossfit Supremacy
Crossfit Supremacy is a Crossfit gym located in Padstow, NSW. Working with GJS, it recently brought its branding and promotional product printing in-house and can now create hundreds of customised products for its members.
Camden High School Embraces Custom Print Solution
Established in 1956, Camden High School is a co-education school in the south west of Sydney providing public schooling to students from year seven to year twelve. The school has a teaching complement of 80 and the staff are constantly looking for new ways to innovate process and procedures via the implementation of new technology solutions.
How Customised Printing Has Changed Quaint Quambatook
Quambatook LPO (Licenced Post Office) demonstrates that with the right solution, mindset, and even the smallest of markets, you can achieve success. Quambatook is a small wheat and sheep-farming town in regional Victoria.
Push Productions: Providing Opportunity Through Print
Reinvention isn't just a business strategy for Push Productions, it's part of its DNA. The Sunshine Coast print shop has had a colourful and diverse history spanning more than twenty years. Read how GJS has helped Push Productions expand into new markets and bring employment opportunities to the local community.
Designing an Icon: aussieBum's Journey with GJS
With an innovative online business model and unapologetic brand, aussieBum exemplifies the modern post-dot-com era e-commerce success story. However, the origins of this icon Australian brand are much more humble.