Wide-fomat print manufacturer Roland DG has become the latest company to launch initiatives aimed at giving its users the skills to expand their business, as part of a wider effort to boost its own customer base.
The company will host a number of ‘Interactive Experience Days’ in November, with the special series of events to offer attendees access to crucial information that could help their business grow.
Each event will allow visitors to get up close and personal with some of the latest technology on offer from the manufacturer, as well as attend various Roland DG Academy taster sessions, meet company partners Vivid Laminating and Adventa, get involved in practical tutorials, and access exclusive offers and give-aways.
“With a focus on versatility and demonstrating a wide variety of profitable applications, the event is a must-see for anyone interested in the latest developments in eco-solvent print, print and cut, or UV technology,” Roland DG said in a statement.
The special series takes place at Newcastle Racecourse on November 1st and Rookery Hall in Cheshire on November 9th.
Technology on show will include the TrueVIS VG-640, with eight-colour TrueVIS INK, as well as the new TrueVIS SG-540 that was launchd earlier this month, the SOLJET EJ-640 printer, CAMM-1 PRO GX-640, VersaUV LEF-20, VersaSTUDIO BN-20, and METAZA MPX-90 impact engraver.
As a key partner, we will be exhibiting our Easymount EM-A1600SH Wide Format Laminator, while Adventa will be demonstrating the QuickPro ArtWrap Canvas, giving visitors the chance to take away a personalised canvas at the end of the day.
Senior Roland DG staff, including Joe Wigzell, Roland DG Academy and Creative Centre manager, will be on hand to speak with visitors about the technology and the various other services on offer from the manufacturer.