Whether you love the look of sleek, matte vinyl wraps or the dimensional textures that can make your car look like it’s wrapped in snakeskin, vinyl wrapping is a fast and affordable way to change the look and feel of your vehicle.
Applying branding to your work van represents a simple, effective and powerful means of promoting your business. Vehicle wraps not only offer an immediate increase in custom, but also work to build trust, awareness and authority with your target market of consumers in the longer term – the central aim of any effective marketing strategy,
Previously involving a pot of paint and a paintbrush, the advent of the vinyl wrap and recent developments in the technology have blown away the historical limits as to what you can achieve on the side of your vehicle.
Promoting your charity can be hard enough, so many charity’s nowadays have chuggers, can shakers, high street shops, radio and television advertising, newspaper advertising, Comic Relief, Sport Relief, BBC Children in need (RIP Terry), and they are only the big ones.
Summa has released their updated thermal transfer printer and cutter. The DC5 is the widest model available and at 137cm, has the ability to produce materials four times as wide as the next largest model.
The Italian manufacturer, APA, has launched a new wrapping product onto the market. The Galaxy Red Chrome provides customers with a distinctive red metallic effect, which can be used for a range of wrapping applications.
The organisers of this year’s Sign and Digital UK exhibition have announced they will provide an extra 20% more floor space. This is to accommodate the growing number of exhibitors who have committed to the event.
Using the right technology and components can make all the difference for a sign making business. Choosing the most advanced printers and compatible inks can enable a business to be more efficient and save money.