HP's recent online interior décor experience highlighted how digital printing technology can open up the colourful, diverse interior décor market for more businesses.

While Covid-19 caused huge disruption right across the industry, The Big Display Company took the opportunity to invest in multiple HP devices to help see it through the pandemic and build for the future.

According to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, an incredible 42% of the US labor force is now working from home full-time—creating new challenges and new opportunities. If you Google video conferencing best practices, you’ll get a few tips about lighting, appearance, audio, and most importantly, controlling the background. A messy background can ruin an otherwise professional presentation. But we’ve got you covered, so to speak, with large format printing materials for creating custom backdrops.

HP continues to focus on new ways to do business with purpose and positively impact our planet, people and communities. The HP Take-back Program gives you and your customers an easy way to recycle select HP Large Format Media. This program is not only a great way to keep our oceans and landfills free of used printing materials, it is also good for business. HP’s Sustainable Impact work has helped drive more than $1.6 billion in new sales in the U.S. alone.* In addition, the HP Planet Partners Program collects used print equipment and ink cartridges for resale and recycling in 76 countries worldwide.

With exhibitions and trade shows across the world still missing in action, it may seem like the print industry is on pause. However, Terry Raghunath, HP's Business Development Manager for Graphics Solutions Business, will demonstrate that's not the case when he hosts a new online experience focused on printed décor trends.

Introducing the latest addition to our complete line of HP Adhesive Vinyl and Overlaminate solutions—HP Prime Gloss Air GR, a cost-effective, polymeric adhesive vinyl that produces outstanding image quality, has great hiding power and a gloss finish.

With the power to create a customized, one-of-a-kind experience—digitally printed decor products are in demand from just about every market including residential, corporate, entertainment, retail, hospitality and more. For print service providers in the sign and graphic market, expanding into printing decor is a great opportunity to capture new revenue streams.

The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected the nation's galleries and museums, but Paul Bristow Associates' new HP Stitch S300 means people can wear their favourite artworks as hygienic face masks.

Weerg extends the range of 3D printable materials with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology. In fact, a few weeks ago, the Italian service, which offers online CNC and 3D manufacturing, has introduced the use of polypropylene, joining the already widely recognized nylon PA11 and PA12 already available on the site.

RA Smart, the exclusive UK reseller of the HP Stitch dye sublimation printer series, has used an HP Stitch S1000 digital textile printing system to produce artworks for the Thames Festival Trust - output that impressed artist Shona Watt with its 'amazing details' and 'incredible colours'.

In a colourful new video, leading equestrian brand Racesafe has given a glimpse of its manufacturing facility following the addition of an HP Stitch S300 dye-sublimation printer earlier this year.

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) and Shutterfly, the world’s leading online retailer of personalized products, today announced a landmark expansion of their strategic relationship to deliver next-level productivity to supply the growing ecommerce market of photo gifts and photo products.

Today's consumers - both businesses and individuals - are looking for ways to put their creative stamp on their spaces. Homes, offices, hotels: people want décor that is customisable and adaptable. Increasingly, people also expect environmental responsibility from brands and suppliers. Large-format digital print delivers on these demands and more, giving many businesses an unmissable opportunity to offer customers amazing creative freedom while capturing new profits.

Foremost Graphics, a Michigan-based print service provider, today announced it is launching the new HP Indigo 15K Digital Press solution to deliver cost-effective retail packaging applications and higher impact commercial print.

Specialized Signs says it was 'surprisingly busy and surprisingly lucky' throughout this summer's lockdown period after diversifying into new products, but is now returning to a new kind of normal with numerous graphics projects printed on its HP Latex R1000.

The BoxMaker, a leading U.S. manufacturer of digitally produced packaging, has announced the purchase of a second HP PageWide C500 Press, adding significant capacity as the converter launches a nationwide expansion. This investment makes The BoxMaker the first converter in the world to operate two HP C500 presses.

It's hard to say when normal business will resume in our industry - if, indeed, it ever will. With the second wave of the pandemic now biting, new restrictions are impacting the market. However, businesses have adapted since COVID-19 hit early this year and there are many more ways to stay connected, ensuring businesses are stronger going forward.

The PRINTING United Digital Experience, taking place online October 26-November 12, is readying the stage for a multitude of new technology to be shown, many for the first time in a global setting. Beginning October 26 with a focus on graphics and wide-format technology, industry leaders are showcasing the latest solutions in this space. Register today to see the technology in action. Registration is free and a single sign-up allows for complete access to the entire schedule of daily events.

HP and Mondelez International, owner of Cadbury, have launched a new initiative to transform confectionery packaging into customizable experiences for football fans. Cadbury teamed up with Liverpool FC – an Official Global Chocolate Partner - to send limited-edition Champions Bars to 50,000 fans as a thank you for their unwavering support throughout the 2019/20 season.

HP is inviting the print community to visit its Virtual Booth, an online exploration of its latest technology innovations and established solutions. In lieu of physical trade shows and exhibitions, the HP Virtual Booth provides access to information-packed real-time demonstrations, webinar sessions and practical advice.

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) has announced the release of a new HP DesignJet portfolio aimed to simplify the printing needs of construction ecosystem professionals (architects, engineers, constructors and subcontractors), while delivering high-quality and fast print-outs at a low cost.

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