Perk up your Profits With Canon at PrintEx15

11 May 2015

What do Canon and coffee have in common? While the world’s most popular brew can perk up your performance, Canon’s innovative solutions have the power to perk up your profits – and at PrintEx15, the company is making it easy to discover how.

Stimulating business success requires far more than a shot of caffeine – it requires a careful blend of great ideas, innovative solutions and practical application, and that’s what Canon is providing at PrintEx15.

According to Dale Hawkins, Senior Marketing Manager – Canon Professional Print, the company’s PrintEx15 display will draw on Canon’s technology and innovative applications to illustrate how print service providers can meet the comprehensive range of products needed by their clients.

“Visitors to the Canon stand at PrintEx15 will be able to pick up plenty of ideas and see first-hand how Canon technology can produce the very wide range of products required by businesses today,” Hawkins says.

“In a rapidly changing market, it can be a real challenge to grow business, and the solution is often in new applications which can help a business expand their offering to current clients or create brand new revenue streams. The solutions we’ll be showing at PrintEx15 can be used to produce higher margin, value-add products, which improve profitability and give businesses a real chance to get in front of the game.”

Among the solutions which will be on show are the Canon ImagePress C800 and C700 presses, wide format technology including Canon ImageProGRAPH iPF6400S and iPF685 models, Seiko SII ColorPainter M64s, Arizona 660GT UV flatbed machine with roll media option (shown in conjunction with Océ ProCut 3200L cutting system and EngView 3D prototyping and workflow solution) and the brand new Océ ColorWave 700 based on Océ’s unique and proven CrystalPoint technology.

They will be used to produce a wide range of products, including everything from perfect bound books, to printed menus, place mats and coasters, signage and POS, printed interior finishes and even print in manufacturing on iPhone covers, and of course conventional printed products like business cards and letterheads.

Canon will also have business development managers, product specialists and finance advisors on hand for specialist advice, and will be offering a special ‘Fast Start’ Canon Finance deal for those who want to take the next step and invest at the show.

In an innovative move, the company is also making it easier for visitors to get the best value from their visit by creating a dedicated microsite – printevent.canon.com.au – where visitors can view a full program of ‘how to’ demonstrations and reserve their place for either one of these group demonstrations, or a ‘one-on-one’ consultation with Canon experts.

The presentations, which will be running constantly throughout the show, are organised into a number of interest areas, to help visitors identify the sessions which will be most valuable for them. These include Products & Packaging, Promotional & Publishing, Photographic & Fine Art, Technical & Schematics, Sign & Display and Preparation & Workflow.

“PrintEx15 is the ideal opportunity for businesses to be inspired by innovative and profitable business opportunities and to see those ‘ideas in practice’,” Hawkins says. “By pre-booking, visitors can ensure they get a comprehensive look at the technology which interests them and the chance to effectively evaluate its performance and potential for their business.”

All this and more can be found on the Canon Stand 1315 at PrintEx15, which is to be held next week from Wednesday 13 – Friday 15 May at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. To register, go to www.printex.net.au and to book your Canon demos or meetings, don’t forget to visit printevent.canon.com.au

Opening Times
Wednesday 13 May 2015 10am – 6pm
Thursday 14 May 2015 10am – 6pm
Friday 15 May 2015 10am – 4pm

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