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Broaden your horizons at The Print Show

Blake Envelopes has issued a call for print-service-providers seeking to expand their business to visit The Print Show this year, in order to learn more about the many opportunities available to them.

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Blake Envelopes will be promoting its Blake Foundation charitable arm, which supports the social mobility for children by ensuring that they have access to materials to help them learn

The envelopes and mailing supplies specialist will once again exhibit at the event this September, with plans to promote its new Vita range to those in attendance.

Vita offers a paper alternative to any plastic e-commerce postal solution, which Blake says addresses two of major issues: the drive to eliminate plastic, and deal with over-packing and reducing excess packaging waste.

“People should visit the show to broaden their horizons on the exciting products they could be using to enhance their companies capabilities, as well as get some ideas from the new product developments that are being showcased as well as for their own educational purposes,” Blake’s studio manager, Jessie-May Begg, says.

“Our main hopes for the show work in line with the reasons as to why we have decided to exhibit: to build awareness on all the brilliant movements we are making within our industry.

People should visit the show to broaden their horizons on the exciting products they could be using to enhance their companies capabilities

“As well as meeting new and existing customers, we are seeking to build brand awareness as this is always a key priority for us.”

Blake will also be speaking with visitors at The Print Show about The Blake Foundation, its charitable arm that supports the social mobility for children by ensuring they have access to the materials they need to learn and be educated.

“We want to show how companies can get involved with The Blake Foundation and to get an understanding of the great work we are doing,” Begg says.

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