From video assistant referees (VARs) to goal-line technology, many state-of-the-art technologies operate in the background for the success of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sergey Babenko, the CEO of Simvol, who is one of the official signage producers for the 21st FIFA World Cup, reflects on one technology that is often overlooked, but has massively contributed to the look and feel of the biggest football event of the year: digital printing.
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Online print provider Onlineprinters has expanded its custom size option in the online shop to include flyers, the most flexible member of the marketing tool family. Ranging from 7 x 10 cm to 21 x 31°cm, the handy marketing instruments can be tailored to any purpose. The custom sizes allow customers to increase the impact of their advertising messages by creating attention-grabbing shapes or unusual designs. "With flyers, it's all about first impression, so that is why size and feel are crucial for this marketing tool," Christian Würst explains; he is the Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Onlineprinters. "But a custom-fit trim also creates the biggest impact for other products as well, according to the 'form follows function' design principle."
PressOn, the large format digital printing company based in Chatham, Kent, recently worked with their Out-of-Home media client, Limited Space, for yet another eye-catching campaign for Paco Rabanne’s fragrances, 1 Million and Lady Million.
Mansfield based Classic Print offers a full range of printing services to its customers from outdoor and indoor banners, flags and POS graphics to car wraps, garment personalisation, soft signage, personalised furniture and décor, 3D engraving and promotional products.