Talking Print to fly the flag for the print industry on British TV

April 09, 2020

David Hyams, the founder and Managing Director at Talking Print, a company that helps brands and consumers bring print to life with sound and vision, will be shown presenting to the Dragons on Dragons’ Den on BBC Two at 9pm on Sunday 12th April.

A print industry veteran with 40 years’ experience, Hyams pitches to the Dragons who include: Touker Suleyman, Sara Davies, Deborah Meaden, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones, as he seeks investment to help drive growth of Talking Print’s Talkies service.

Talkies enables consumers and businesses, along with printers, marketing and creative agencies, to create their own personalised audio cards and video books online, on demand.

It was a great experience, both exciting and nerve-racking, to appear in front of the famous Dragons.

“I love print and communicated its power in my pitch; how as a physical piece of communication it really can connect with those that receive it. I also focused on my business’ commitment to innovation in the print industry over many years, firstly linking it to the internet and now adding audio and video to drive personalisation.

“It was brilliant to have the opportunity to raise the profile and value of the print sector, along with how it’s successfully innovating, to the Dragons.”

David Hyams, the Founder and Managing Director at Talking Print

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