One of the main challenges facing businesses today is being heard amidst the vast array of marketing messages. Your customers are exposed to literally thousands every single day, making it hard to get your message through. And that challenge is exacerbated in difficult times, such as those we’re all facing now. If you’ve got a couple of minutes, read on
More speed, lower cost, increased sustainability: on-demand digital die-cutting. GalleryBusiness, Digital print, Environment, Environmental impact, Innovation, New, News, Personalisation, Print, Sustainable print, Sustainable print solutions
More speed, lower cost, increased sustainability. That's what our customers are looking for. We recently installed a brand spanking new Xerox Iridesse digital production press, our very own digital magic maker. You might have seen us get all excited about it (if you haven’t, check it out here. Go on, you’ll see how it delivers more choice, value, creativity and wow
At KNP we've been supporting many schools, academies and trusts with educational and PPE / safety materials throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. The close relationships we’ve established within education mean we’ve continued to keep up to date with the latest government guidance. And our new dedicated “Schools Express Print & Deliver” service increases our level of support. This service guarantees next day
Our new Xerox Iridesse digital printer – welcome to more GalleryDigital print, Environment, Environmental impact, New, News, Personalisation, Print, Print finishes, Spot UV, Spot varnish, Sustainable print, Sustainable print solutions, Targeting
With our new Xerox Iridesse digital printer at your disposal, your new normal now means more. More choice, more value, more creativity, more wow. All of which equals more sales. Last week you might have seen us tease and then announce the fact we’ve installed a brand spanking new Xerox Iridesse digital printer and become an official Xerox Premier Partner. One of
Today’s business conversation is dominated by voices telling us all that, for organisations to survive they have to adopt a digital first customer experience. Traditional channels including print are dead, and door drops have been deader than dead for even longer. There’s no argument from us that digital channels are essential in people’s online, smartphone, hi-tech day to day existence.