Spandex reports of record-breaking attendance at its annual Open House event

Spandex Open House Signinabox Demo

Spandex has reported it welcomed hundreds of customers through its doors during the company's recent two-day Open House event.  The Open House event, held in the UK headquarters in Bristol on November 7th and 8th 2012, highlighted the latest trends and innovations for the printing and signmaking industries.

With 540 visitors, 22 stands, 3 vehicle wrapping booths and 18 pieces of print and production equipment on demonstration, this year’s Open House has proved to be the most successful Spandex event yet.  Leon Watson, general manager at Spandex UK, comments, “We had the largest number of product launches than any previous event.  Feedback from customers and suppliers has been extremely positive.”

Mike Bees from Dec Tek in Pontypridd had to change his visiting plans.  He comments, “Our team had originally planned to attend the event for around two hours. However, we were so captivated by the demonstration of equipment and the myriad of information on hand that we stayed all day, and our Technical Manager even attended on the second day!”

Sophie Millard from Millard Signs adds, "We come to the Open House every year to source new products and ideas and this year was just as successful. It was good to spend time talking to the Spandex staff about various products that you wouldn't normally find time to do."

Leon Watson concludes, “The Open House was so rich in terms of learning opportunities, hands-on displays and new ideas. It’s fantastic to know that our visitors really appreciated the time they spent with us.  I’d like to thank all of our customers and suppliers for making this year’s Spandex Open House so successful. The record breaking attendance is a clear indication of the value that the event offers its visitors. It was also great to see that many customers felt they needed to attend both days - a clear indication that we have so much to offer their business, in what is now such a competitive environment.”