SuperWide Digital on the hunt for new team members

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SuperWide Digital is now looking for new team members and commercial arrangements. Having impressed visitors and exhibitors alike at the recent Sign and Digital UK exhibition with its superb high traffic digital flooring solution, SuperWide Graphic Flooring, it intends to grow its relationships with print businesses around the UK, filling the gaps in their production or capacity in a discreet and reliable manner.

Two account manager positions are now on offer at the Lancashire-based trade supplier, which provides an almost limitless array of wide-format print collateral all over the UK. From generic to unusual display work, one offs to mass volume and superwide applications, SuperWide is defiantly trade-only – meaning that confidentiality, professionalism and a consultative approach are amongst the key attributes sought from applicants.

"Our new account managers will consult with industry clients around the UK, complementing their capacity with timely and quality products," explains Luke Drogan, business development manager at SuperWide. "Every customer has an individual demand to lay at our door, whether it's speed, size or volume. It's a challenging brief but an exciting one for individuals who hold brand integrity and a customer focus in high regard, as we do."

With a salary to be awarded commensurate with the candidate's experience, SuperWide insists that it is looking for people with the right ethos to join its sincere but vibrant team – and will entertain applications from both within and outside the industry. Interviews will be held on a case-by-case basis, and the recruitment process will be ongoing.

SuperWide's capable arsenal of wide- and superwide-format print equipment, including textile production and finishing services, allows it to produce a cornucopia of finished, ready-to-install products to printers in the trade. Crucially, its activities remain below the line, even as they are delivered, allowing its customers from a range of print disciplines to be confident that their project will never be undermined, and will always be represented as their own.

"With our capabilities now extended, we're able to service more and more varied clients than ever," concludes Drogan. "We look forward to welcoming new partners from throughout the industry to help them complete their print projects to the highest quality standard."

[Photo shows SuperWide's stand at Sign and Digital UK]