Preparing and producing Annual Reports is not a straightforward process. If you are faced with a blank set of pages, we can help.
Most of the time, those responsible for the project can face challenges in gathering and presenting requirements to stakeholders in a clear and interesting way.
At Worldwide, we provide quick and seamless annual report printing solutions for all business sizes. No matter the type of annual report you need printed, we’ll be able to show you a range of design and print solutions to meet your individual requirements, all whilst providing your company with a realistic design and production timeline to ensure that your annual report printing is completed on time and on-budget.
Choose from a wide range of finishing options to suit your branding, select your binding style, or let us know if you have any specific annual report printing requirements. Our professional print and design team here at Worldwide have years of experience and are here to help in every way.
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The size of annual reports can vary depending on the company and its specific reporting requirements. However, there are no specific regulations or guidelines regarding the physical size of annual reports in Australia. The size of the report is typically determined by the company’s design choices and printing preferences.
Traditionally, annual reports have been printed in a standard A4 size (210mm x 297mm), with variations on this size such as a wider 235mm x 297mm. This allows for easy readability and distribution. However, with the shift towards digital reporting, many companies now provide their annual reports in electronic formats such as PDF, which can be viewed and downloaded from their websites.
250 is the standard minimum quantity for offset printing. However, we cater to smaller quantities by offering digitally printed. Speak to our team about the options for you.
A professional yet cost effective option, saddle stitched books and booklets have been stapled through the folded line of gathered sheets of paper with sturdy wire staples. Depending on the size of the book, two or more staples are passed through and clinched on the central pages.
We recommend choosing saddle stitching for documents with less than 64 pages, to make sure they don’t become too bulky. Our team of graphic designers will make sure to use sufficient margins on your pages, so that the finished product is easy to read and looks professional.
As the names suggests, this binding technique will make sure your printed product looks picture perfect. We use a flexible and robust thermal glue on the spine to marry the cover and pages together, before trimming all the edges of the book.
For documents that are page heavy (more than 24 pages), perfect binding is the ideal option. Unlike our other binding techniques, printing can be done on the spine of the book to include titles and logos, and the clean, flat edges allow for neat stacking. Perfect binding is a professional and attractive option for books with a heavier, laminated cover.
At Worldwide, we recommend a weight of 350gsm to 400gsm for covers and 120gsm to 150gsm for inner pages. Depending on your specific needs and requirements, we can print your annual report with the following finishings:
A gloss lamination is a plastic film that adds a high gloss layer to a business card while brightening up the colours.
Matt, also known as matte lamination is a plastic film that adds a low gloss sheen to a business card while giving it a soft, velvety feel.
A gloss seal is an aqueous coating that adds a light gloss sheen to the underlying print of a business card.
SpotUV is a clear gloss ink that when printed over the top of a matte surface, draws attention to specific parts of the business card’s design.
MetalFX is a process of mixing metallic silver with a variety of process colours to give a metallic luster effect to a business card.