All Things Admin and Print are located in Robert Street, Atherton. As the name suggests, this locally owned and operated Atherton Tablelands business specialises in all things to do with administration and printing. From photocopying and typing to assistance with resume preparation and job applications, poster printing, invitation design and print, brochures, catalogues, signage, banners and so much more. Our dedicated customer care team is comprised of two lovely ladies, Jodie Porter and Wendy Rolley. Their goal is to ensure your experience with All Things Admin and Print is consistently positive, from the point of initial contact to delivery and beyond. We look forward to helping you with our professional services and are open Monday to Friday, for your convenience. If you need help with anything to do with administration or print on the Atherton Tablelands, contact us on (07) 4091 3500 or email@example.com.
Take your business to the next level with professional business cards. We design and print, with no minimum or maximum quantities. Membership, loyalty and appointment cards too.More Info
Build your brand and promote your business with posters, corflutes, newsletters, fridge magnets, brochures and catalogues. We can help with design and print, in any quantity.More Info
It’s our absolute privilege to produce funeral booklets and order of service documents for your family and loved ones. We’ll ensure it is personalised and a special keepsake.More Info
Finish your documents with professional presentation, thanks to our range of collation, lamination and binding services. Range of products and colours, to suit any purpose.More Info
Scan to print, to PDF or to image file. We provide a comprehensive range of scanning and other general administration services, including send and receive emails and fax.More Info
Get that interview with a professionally prepared and presented resume. Can also assist with job applications, cover letters and addressing selection criteria. We’re here to help you.More Info
Get your brand out there! Add that professional touch with our unique and practical stubby cooler designs, and pick from a range of branded stickers and labels cut to your desired shape and size.More Info
Jodie lives in Malanda with her two daughters, their dog Bob, and their chooks. Jodie’s a long-term resident of North Queensland and completed her senior years at Mt St Bernard College in Herberton. She has a Diploma of Business Administration and Cert IV in Accounting & Bookkeeping.
What she loves about work: “Every day is different. I love helping customers achieve their objectives. Be it a single page photocopy or helping an elderly/tech-challenged customer to ‘miraculously’ print out a photo from their phone, to producing business flyers or signage, it’s all very fulfilling. But I mainly love, and find it an absolute privilege, to produce our Funeral booklets or bookmarks; just being able to create this special final keepsake for a family’s loved one is incredibly rewarding.”
Favourite place for coffee: “I love to grab a cuppa from Altitude Café when I drop my daughter off to work there on a weekend. I also pop into Crazy Cat Coffee Shop or Slotted Spoon on a Tuesday morning, to get coffee and cake for Wendy and I, to help get us through the busiest day of our week.”
Wendy’s family moved to the Tablelands in the mid-1970s for work, and she now lives in Atherton. She’s married to a Herberton lad and raised her family here. She has a Diploma from Cairns Business College and takes immense pride in the work she does at All Things Admin and Print.
What she loves about work: “Every day, I get to do something I love and make an impact on people’s lives. I absolutely love helping our customers, be it a single photocopy, creating a resume for them or walking them through the steps of a loved one’s Service Booklet. It’s a real pleasure for me, to help our clients achieve their ideas/dreams and leave our office, with a smile on their face. I also enjoy the chit chat with our lovely customers.”
Favourite place for coffee: “At home of course, with family and friends. We have a ritual where we gather on a Sunday for smoko at our home. Family, friends and neighbours will often call in on a Sunday morning to have a coffee and a chat.”
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