Ricoh to host new webinar on potential of wide format print

Anything in Print! Ricoh to host new webinar on potential of wide format print.

Ricoh continues its Anything in Print webinar series with an informative session on the potential of the wide format print sector.

Taking place at 3.30pm on 4th August 2020, the webinar will make the case for the benefits of adding large format print to a business's printing arsenal.

Large format print is experiencing growing demand, but do you know how to take advantage of the opportunity? Are you looking to expand your print offering? Looking to generate new revenue streams or do you need durable, versatile critical communications options such as signage?

Simon Isaacs, National Sales Director, CIP at Ricoh UK and Yucel Salih, Large Format Specialist at Ricoh Europe will host the webinar discussing these topics, with input from Marc Burnett, MD at FORMAT and owner of Large Format Review; Shaun Holdom, Global Product Marketing at Drytac; Terry Mills, Operations Director at Gilmex International; and Scott McCabe, Director at Appeal Media.

Part of the IPIA Punch Back Print conference schedule, the webinar will cover:

• How to take advantage of the growing demand for large format print

• The role of large format print in critical communications such as signage

• How important it is to use the right graphics media for each unique job

• How to develop the business case for large format print

• How organisations are integrating large format into existing print operations

Ricoh's Simon Isaacs comments: "In this webinar we've lined up a panel of experts to provide the insight you need to ensure your organisation understands and can capitalise on the opportunities large format print presents; in turn unpicking the process of integrating large format print into your operations to bring enhanced benefits and increased revenue."

The webinar begins at 3.30pm BST on 4th August 2020. Please click here to register.

For further information on Ricoh wide-format products and services, please click here