Print Companies in Caulfield
Caulfield has a character all its own, of which it is quietly but definitely conscious. The print industry has much to offer residents, both domestically and in their businesses. Large and prosperous immigrant groups have settled in this area, covered by the Glen Eira Council, which is solidly residential but not far from Melbourne CBD. The road system is good, and public transport is the best in Melbourne. Residential areas are tree-lined, streets are wide, and quiet recreation is guaranteed with carefully tended parks and gardens and the much-vaunted ‘Box Cottage, a replica of a small pioneer cottage of the 1840s.
Caulfield is close to St Kilda’s bustling café precinct, which bristles with the history of postwar Polish, Russian and Israeli migration, and these groups are strongly represented in Caulfield’s population. A newer but numerous community in Caulfield is the Indian, joining English, Chinese and Greek migrants to make a meld with deep cultural strands evident everywhere.
The Glen Eira Council proudly reflects this, and has become something of a cultural centre in Melbourne, with its own gallery and impressive statuary on Council grounds, renowned music calendar and a literary competition known and respected throughout the country. The Council’s consciousness of Caulfield’s character is exemplified by its determination not only to encourage growth and commerce, but to protect what is unique in its history – around 5 per cent of the city’s properties are protected by heritage controls.
The print industry can only gain from this settled and prosperous area, which has many needs, ranging from digital printing and business cards, from brochure to flyer printing. Glen Eira has a high employment rate, and many opportunities exist in its business, real estate and commercial sector, including a very supportive network with a range of services and programs around growth and development in local industry and business.