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William Smith to host September Open Day

Smith open day

The William Smith Group 1832 is hosting an open day at its Barnard Castle headquarters on Wednesday 20th September, and is inviting companies operating within the sign and graphics sectors to attend.

Following a successful year, in which the company rebranded to the William Smith Group 1832, the event also marks an exciting period of growth. Over the last 12 months, the company has unveiled two new divisions, as well as opening its Inspiration Centre, a brand-new training facility offering courses and learning opportunities to customers.

The open day is the fourth hosted by William Smith and will enable visitors to gain insight into the full breadth of its operations. Representatives from key suppliers, including 3M, Avery Dennison, Arlon, Contra Vision, Cover Styl’ and VION will be also on hand to share their product knowledge and there will be further news on the two new divisions,Architextural, which specialisesin décor and architectural films as well as solar and security films, and Smith, the trade sign and display brand.

 

smith open day

The event, which will run from from 9:00am to16:00pm,will also feature live demonstrations by industry experts and offer a series of seminars focusing on the many ways in which sign and graphics companies can successfully open up new revenue streams.

Chris Bradley, The William Smith Group’s Head of Marketing said: “The open day is not just an opportunity for us to promote our products, it also provides our customers with the chance to gain greater product knowledge and to pick up useful hints and tips from both our team and the key suppliers present.”

To attend the event please register your interest with Katie Farnish on Tel: 01833 694707 or e-mail openday@williamsmith.co.uk

For further information The William Smith Group’s products and services, visit: www.williamsmith.co.uk

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