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Fujifilm to host ‘How to’ sessions in September

Fujifilm to host ‘How to’ sessions in September


Fujifilm UK is holding informal, educational ‘How to’ demonstrations focussed on creative printing over three days on September 22nd – 24th at its headquarters in Bedford.

Workshops will showcase applications that printers may not have thought of for their businesses, and provide fresh ideas on how to generate new revenue streams from printing.

Keith Dalton, Managing Director at Fujifilm UK explained:  “There are so many opportunities available to printers to create new revenue streams using technologies they know, but in a slightly different way. We want to highlight some of these possibilities, encourage the in-house creativity that printers already have, and show them how they can bring this together to generate more business. We will be showcasing a wide range of applications, including creative value-added printing, prototype packaging and mock-ups, thermoforming, interior design, photobooks and photo gifts, among others.”

The latest digital inkjet and toner-based technologies are at the heart of the workshops, in combination with Fujifilm workflow and web-to-print systems. The ‘How to’ demonstrations across all of the applications will be running throughout each of the days.

Keith continued: “With a little bit of education, printers can adapt their business models to incorporate applications they may not have even considered. We have the tools and knowledge to help them do this.”

Doors will be open from 10am to 6pm on September 22nd and 24th and from 10am to 8pm on September 23rd. Products used to highlight the applications will include Fujifilm’s Acuity LED 1600, Acuity Advance, Jet Press 720S, XMF Workflow and Xerox Versant 2100, as well as a range of finishing solutions.

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