Roland DG has today confirmed 22nd November 2013 as the date for the first of its series of new Better Business Boot Camps for its recently launched VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed UV printer.
The LEF-20 Boot Camps have been designed to build on the success of the VersaSTUDIO BN-20 Better Business Boot Camps launched 12 months ago. The new Boot Camp aims to provide those who are interested in Roland’s new VersaUV LEF-20 desktop flatbed UV printer, with all the tools they need to maximise their investment in Roland’s technology and help them create exciting new and profitable revenue streams.
Joe Wigzell, Academy and Creative Centre Manager, Roland DG commented: “This free LEF-20 Better Business Boot Camp has been developed to help both potential and existing Roland users to make more money from this new, exciting product in a supportive and friendly environment. It is suited to pad and screen printers, sign shops, gift, novelty and engraving shops as well as all those looking for new business opportunities, or those considering expanding their product portfolio so they can produce a more diverse range of high value, high profit promotional items and applications.”
Content for the half-day Boot Camp includes a comprehensive overview of how the VersaUV LEF-20’s technology works, as well as sessions on Roland’s five ‘Better Business Stations’, all designed to help the user exploit the diverse opportunities offered by this machine, improve workflow and productivity and secure a strong return on investment. These sessions will be followed by an informal Q&A session to ensure attendees go away with all their questions answered and a tour of Roland’s Creative Centre, so they can see first-hand the wide range of applications and media types this new machine supports.
The first of the VersaUV LEF-20 Better Business Boot Camps will be held at Roland’s HQ in Clevedon, just south of Bristol, on Friday 22nd November and runs from 1pm-5pm.
Additional sessions in 2014 will also be available on Friday 10th January 3pm-6pm and on Thursday 30th January 6pm-9pm.