19 Jan 2020

Epson Announces its “Environmental Vision 2050”

altDuring a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, Akihiko Sakai, Executive Officer, Corporate Strategy Office, Seiko Epson Corporation, unveiled the company’s Environmental Vision for the next generation. Speaking on the eve of the European Green Week, Sakai outlined an ambitious multi-part program to address some of the most pressing environmental concerns facing the global community looking towards 2050 and how Epson intends to tackle them over the next 10 years.

Sign & Digital UK exhibition leads the way

altVisitors and exhibitors at Sign & Digital UK, Screenprint and Digital Signage Showcase, the annual exhibition for the UK’s sign, graphics and visual communication industry, reported a major success as the show returned to the NEC, Birmingham on 22 – 24th April 2008.

Exhibitor activity at Sign & Digital UK 2008

altHybrid will be showing the cream of Mimaki’s sign and graphics range at Sign & Digital UK 2008, including the introduction of three new products. The Mimaki JV33 solvent printer with bright white ink, Mimaki JV5-320 grand format solvent printer and the Mimaki CF3 flatbed cutting and routing table will all be on display at the show.

Corel workshop announced for Sign & Digital UK 2008

altThe highly acclaimed Corel® workshop returns to Sign & Digital UK 2008.

Suzanne Smith, an employee at Corel for five years, the last two of which have been spent travelling as a product trainer for corporate businesses and demonstrating software at various trade shows, will host the workshop.

Sign & Digital UK 2008 Seminars – Realising the Potential

altThe Sign & Digital UK Seminar theatre returns in 2008, covering a broad range of topics that guarantee to attract a wide variety of visitors. From Chinese imports to ideas on how to make your business greener, the Sign & Digital UK Seminar theatre will once again provide its audience with inspiration and advice.

Sign & Digital UK announces comprehensive Adobe workshop

altReturning to Sign & Digital UK after a hugely popular year in 2007, is the Adobe Theatre.

The programme is the first of many seminars, workshops and master classes to be announced for the show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC, on 22nd – 24th April 2007.