Sprint Design has been a tenant at STEP’s Stirling Enterprise Park since 1992.
Sprint Design started it’s life in Alloa in 1984. The company making Scottish tea towels, dialect t-shirts and school wear, soon earned contracts with a number of tourist attractions including the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle.
As the company began to rapidly grow and technology moved on the team moved to STEP in 1992. In 1997 the company had extreme success in the export market supplying Celtic designs with stock for America, Japan and Canada. In 2014 Robyn Gilmour who had worked with the business since it’s conception took on the role as director.
“STEP has been a good base for us all of these years. The team look after the building and has helped facilitate our expansion plans over the years.” In 2018, with Robyn retiring long term member of staff Sandy Wood took the reins.
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