FASTSIGNS Leeds and FASTSIGNS Manchester have announced their achievement of the Idealliance G7 Master Qualification, a print facility accreditation that recognises consistency of print production across all mediums.

Valentine's Day is all about showing loved ones you care with thoughtful gifts and, thanks to easy-to-use digital printing, you can add an extra element with personalisation.

The Roland DG Academy is inviting industry professionals – and anybody interested in learning more about print, 3D design, engraving, software or applications – to take part in brand new webinars from this February.

An interactive event will take place on London's Southbank this February, giving brands, creatives and marketing agencies the opportunity to explore the latest on-demand product personalisation technology.

MotoGP™ has used Roland DG technology for more than twelve years, and continues to rely on its cutting-edge technology to create all the necessary signage and graphics for each race– from adding branding and decoration to the winners' podium, to placing ads along the track and customising the pressroom.

The growth in consumer demand for customised sports equipment and apparel is a key industry trend which presents exciting commercial opportunities for manufacturers, suppliers and retailers alike. To capitalise on this fast-growing demand, Roland DG is exhibiting at ISPO Munich, the leading global trade fair for the sporting goods industry, with in excess of 2,700 exhibitors and 80,000 expected visitors.

Roland DG Corporation has announced the promotion of Gregory Bilsen to the role of President, Roland DG EMEA. Based in Belgium, Gregory assumes the role with immediate effect, whilst continuing to act as President & CEO of Roland DG Central Europe.

The history of Canvey Island, which lies off the South Coast of Essex in the Thames Estuary, is one of community, invention and survival. Measuring seven square miles, the island – which is below sea level – is home to some 45,000 people living behind 14 miles of high sea walls.

The decorative concept dates back to ancient artwork and has, in modern times, evolved into personalisation, made possible thanks to the evolution of technology. Roland, among others, will be discussing this topic at Print4All, where the company will be presenting an extensive range of solutions.

Milton Keynes-based Nutmeg Studio is truly a business created out of love. The company was initially founded as Nutmeg Wallart in 1999 when Adele MacKinnon and her husband invested some of their savings and wedding gift money to purchase a Roland CAMM-1 GR-640 vinyl cutter and an Apple Mac computer and began offering printed graphics to local businesses.

Roland DG UK recently invited customers to get inspired at its Creative Centre Experience Day. Held on 1st November 2017 in Roland’s renowned Clevedon-based Creative Centre, the free-to-attend event showcased 50 ways to make money with Roland DG technology, and highlighted how companies could boost their profits by targeting emerging and often-untapped markets.

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