Book & Brochure Printing Services

Book and brochure printing are our specialities here at Where The Trade Buys. Our products are designed to impress staff and clients alike. We offer a range of different templates including saddle stitched brochures, perfect bound books and casebound books.

Brochure printing from Where The Trade Buys is a highly effective method of presenting marketing materials for a low cost. Our printing services allow you to present powerful messages to your clients. For a sleek and stylish solution, browse our diverse range of templates online today and create a great experience for every reader!

Use our easy online ordering process with a fantastic range of paper and finishing options to create your high-quality printed corporate companion.

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Newspapers

FROM JUST £151.34 inc. VAT
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Casebound Books

FROM JUST £92.99 inc. VAT
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Perfect Bound Books

FROM JUST £84.23 inc. VAT
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Saddle Stitched Books

FROM JUST £29.84 inc. VAT
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Offset Books

FROM JUST £63.00 inc. VAT
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Wiro Bound Books

FROM JUST £39.27 inc. VAT
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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers to the questions we're most commonly asked about brochure printing. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, our team are here to help.

How much do printed books cost?

The price of a printed book will depend on several factors. Sizing, materials page count and binding style will affect the cost. When you're on a budget, keeping the page count down and opting smaller size will keep costs low. If you're looking for luxury, more expensive binding options such as case bound, paired with quality papers will are guaranteed to create the best impression.

What paper sizes are best for brochures?

When presenting marketing collateral, standard A4 (210x297mm) is always a popular option. For something more cost-effective, half size A5 (148x210mm) an affordable alternative. If you're looking to stand out, an unconventional, custom-sized brochure will make the reader take notice of your publication.

Which paper stocks do you recommend?

If you're looking for a great quality brochure, 300-350gsm covers create a strong first impression. Keep your reader engaged throughout by printing the inner text pages on a 170gsm or 250gsm stock for higher-end publications.

What is binding and what type is best for my project?

Binding is a method used to hold pages together. Common types of binding include stitching and wiro binding, great for brochures and planners. Higher-end techniques such as perfect binding and case binding are well suited to catalogues, yearbooks and photobooks.

What is the difference between litho and digital printing?

Litho printing is a traditional method of printing, using plates and cylinders to transfer images to paper. Digital printing is a newer process using computing to translate the image onto the paper with toners. Due to speed, digital printing is more suited for shorter runs while litho printing is more cost-effective for longer runs.

What makes a good quality brochure?

A good quality brochure is a combination of quality content presented on suitable paper stock. Ensure your designs are vibrant and engaging and filled with suitable imagery to communicate your purpose. When it comes to print, opt for stock to compliment the design. For example, a rustic kraft is great for crafters, while a gloss or silk stock is an excellent choice for photographers.

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