Thursday, 23 Jan 2020 15:38 GMT

Solopress confirms return to The Print Show

Online print giant Solopress has revealed that it will exhibit at The Print Show again in 2020 following the success of its debut appearance at the event last year.

Solopress enjoyed a steady flow of footfall on its stand at The Print Show 2019, speaking to visitors from a wide range of backgrounds.

Reflecting on its success last year, James Shields, head of marketing at Solopress, praised the engagement that the company enjoyed with attendees.

“We attended our first Print Show last year in 2019 and had a great level of engagement from attendees; our stand saw great footfall and we received a lot of positive feedback both at the event and afterwards,” Shields says.

“Due to the way we approached the event we were able to track the impact on our sales from the event, which meant it was a profitable venture for us and therefore we wanted to repeat the experience this year.

We attended our first Print Show last year in 2019 and had a great level of engagement from attendees

“The event is a great place to meet people and make connections within the industry, to actually see potential new equipment purchases and learn about new developments.

“It is a great environment to talk and share ideas with like-minded people and really work together within the industry for the benefit of those in attendance.”

In terms of what Solopress is planning for this year’s event in September, Shields says that while it is still in the early planning stages, the company will have lots of exciting initiatives to talk about at The Print Show 2020.

“Solopress has a lot scheduled for this year so we’re really excited to be attending the show where we will be able to talk about these developments face to face with both current and prospective customers,” Shields says.

“We are excited about the new developments, which I can’t go into too many details right now, but needless to say we think everyone else will be excited too once they find out about them.“

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