KIAKIA PRINTS – ONE-STOP SHOP FOR SPEED, QUALITY, EXCELLENT, PRINTING – BERTHS IN LAGOS
By Oki Samson, Trek Africa Newspaper
Managing Director, Kiakia Prints, Mr. Matthew Odu
The printing industry in Nigeria is a big one having grown over the years through different phases of printing. It is about to experience bigger shifts as Kiakia Prints, a one-stop shop for speed, quality, and excellent printing berths in Oregun industrial area of Ikeja, Lagos. The printing company which has some of the finest, up-to-date machineries in the industry comes with a promise to deliver excellence and quality services at a fast pace and attractive pricing, Trek Africa Newspaper can report.
The Managing Director/CEO of Kiakia Prints, Matthew Odu speaking with Newsmen during a media parley attended by Trek Africa Newspaper’s reporter at the printing company’s headquarters disclosed: ‘As the name suggests what we intend to do is speedy printing but not compromising on quality. What we are trying to achieve is to have a one-stop shop where you can meet your printing needs excellently and instantaneously.’
‘We are a one-stop shop for printing. We want to scale up quality in the printing industry in Nigeria with services such as digital printing, large format, promotional items, souvenirs, book printing, product branding services, graphic designs, large format printing, direct image print, digital and offset printing, t-shirts, cap printing, logo design, vehicle branding, fliers, business cards, signage and fabrication, lamppost, mug, letterheads, brochures, envelopes, folder, scanning and photocopy, general printing etc etc.’
While agreeing that there are major challenges to the industry in Nigeria, the Kiakia Prints MD, Matthew Odu said the organization will thrive despite all. ‘The fluctuation of the exchange rate is a challenge but that’s part of the issues we have factored into the business. We have other factors like power but we don’t want it to affect our pricing so much that it will not be attractive to our customers.’.
‘As an accountant, I have worked with many clients for the past 30 years so I am not new to the business. We are not into business to recoup investment in one year’, Odu told Trek Africa Newspaper.