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Blogs Posts For October, 2017

Supporting the arts

Arts, humanities and creative subjects are often overlooked when it comes to funding and support, because they are deemed not as important as science and maths. However, it always good to see artists branching out with the use of printing, wide-format and cutting equipment to produce their work. It is even better when these artists are supported by companies, such as Roland DG UK.

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Major Investment proves worthy

Firms that celebrate increased turnover can often put this down to investment in new technology, and keeping up with customer demand. Technology is important in providing the high-quality products that customers want, and investing in equipment and facilities to do this can have major benefits for your company. This can be shown here, by Fastsigns Watford.

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SignLink Live - a new dawn

For some 13 years now SignLink magazine has reported on an industry which has continued to grow at an impressive rate. It has embraced new technology to create a kaleidoscope of fantastic products and services to help UK businesses transmit their message visually, inform their customers, and also of course to keep our transport and information network running smoothly.

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Living the dream

While wide-format print technology and the sector that surrounds sign-making is of course a highly important part of the sign industry today, such has been the focus on this sector at other shows around Europe, that the rest of the sign industry has remained a little in its shadow when exhibiting.

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