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Ricoh to explore wide-format opportunities

Ricoh will continue its new ‘Anything in Print’ webinar series next week by hosting a dedicated session looking at the growth opportunities in the wide-format print market.

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The focused webinar session will begin at 11am on May 26th

Taking place at 11am on May 26th, the webinar will look at the type of work that is on offer in this sector, as well as give advice to businesses on how to create a competitive service.

Print service providers (PSPs) emerging from the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown will be on the lookout for ways to grow their business in what looks set to be a more competitive market than ever.

Tim Carter, commercial print director, commercial and industrial print at Ricoh UK; Yucel Salih, wide-format print specialist, commercial and industrial print at Ricoh UK; and Jason Naylor, senior software specialist, commercial and industrial print at Ricoh UK, will all feature in the webinar.

The beauty of large-format print is that it's a relatively low risk technology that can yield a high return on investment

“The beauty of large-format print is that it's a relatively low risk technology that can yield a high return on investment,” Salih says, adding: “To accelerate your approach, we have created a best practice guide to running a large-format operation.

“During the webinar we will show you how to provide a wider array of services - to new and existing customers - while reducing costs and increasing margins.

“The aim of the event is to provide invaluable insight to ensure business continuity and resilience, even in the most challenging times.”

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