The history behind Jasmine Holdings is as diverse as it is extensive. The initial seeds were planted in 1977 by Neil Stewart and the late George Cowie after they purchased James Aiken Sheet Metal in Aberdeen. Six years later, the pair partnered with John Coutts and Paul Wood to form print specialist Printagraph with both companies remaining in existence today.

The Jasmine Holdings name was born in 1993, bringing Neil and George’s business interests under one roof. As the years passed, both companies continued to grow and in 2007 Printagraph expanded to its new, and current, premises at Hillview Road.

In 2009, Jasmine Property Investments was formed, which was soon followed by the establishment of Revolve Systems in partnership with Sean Hills. 2010 was also the year that the group’s successful initiative, the Jasmine Charity Challenge, began.

As the years passed, the team continued to look at ways to add to its growing portfolio of companies and acquired marketing firm Covey McCormick in 2011. In 2012, Covey McCormick merged with Mackenzie PR to form integrated communications agency Citrus:Mix.

In 2013, Printagraph continued its ongoing expansion and launched a new IOS (Integrated Office Services) division to offer managed print services to its clients. 2014 saw further group growth, with Citrus:Mix Events established to complete its current company offering. This evolved further in 2015 with the formation of 46 Degrees, a dedicated creative event management company thus completing the group’s current offering.

Investment Opportunities

The Jasmine Holdings business model is to invest in companies which have built up great reputations, locally and beyond, for doing business the right way; from providing high quality products and services to offering value for money. Jasmine’s ethos has always been to back good people with good ideas. If you have a business idea, no matter how radical, or are an existing company looking to expand then please get in touch.

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