Headline sponsor, Duplo UK is planning to inspire visitors with innovate new products at the first PrintWeekLive! Exhibition, taking place at the Wasps Arena, Coventry, on 8th-9th March.
As well as showcasing some of Duplo’s latest print finishing systems on its stand, the company is running two seminars at the event, while UK Marketing Manager Sarah Crumpler will be taking part in a key panel discussion in the PrintWeekLive! conference. Sarah Crumpler will also take part in a main conference session titled ‘The print room of tomorrow with Heidelberg, Xerox and Duplo’. The panel session takes place on 9th March at 11.15am.
Sarah said, “our focus for the show will be to reflect the key themes of PrintWeekLive! – Inspire, Innovate and Initiate. Visitors to the Duplo stand will find inspirational and innovative application ideas that can be initiated using our technology. We will also advance those themes through the workshop sessions we will be running, in which some of our customers will be participating.
“We’re looking forward to connecting with lots of our customers at PrintWeekLive! and getting the opportunity to discuss their business challenges, both through the public forums and one-to-one on our stand.”
The systems that Duplo will present at PrintWeekLive! Include PFi DI-CUT 300 Rotary Die Cutter, DC-746 Slitter, Cutter, Creaser, DC-616PRO Cutter Creaser, and 350 Digital Booklet System. As well as the technology on display, Duplo is also taking part in a three-way workflow integration across the stands of Antalis and Xerox.
The Duplo workshops are:
Profit through Innovation (Workshop C, 8th March, 2.15pm) – how innovative printers are avoiding price battles, driving demand for higher value products, adding value and thinking outside the box to profit through innovation.
Commoditisation vs Productisation (Workshop C, 9th March, 12.15pm) – why some printers are choosing productisation as a market approach, how this affects conversations with customers and what challenges and advantages there are in this approach.