|DUPLO UNVEILS PARTNERS AND DEDICATED MICROSITE FOR LONDON CALLING
Duplo has announced partner details for London Calling Focus, as well as launching a dedicated microsite for this established industry and networking event.
Infigo Software is a first-time participant at London Calling Focus, while Fujifilm will be returning after a year’s gap to show its thermo moulding technology. Other partners are Renz, Apogee - which recently acquired Balreed - Antalis, Vivid and Neopost.
Workflows showing personalised applications using a variety of processes that are precise, automated and attractive to the eye will be the mainstay of London Calling at historic Sunbeam Studios, Ladbroke Hall, North Kensington, from 3-4 November, which is celebrating its seventh year.
Duplo will be demonstrating how its continual focus on investing in its customer service and support along with the development of next-generation products helps provide customers with integrated solutions and increased profitability.
In line with Duplo’s enviable reputation as a friendly and customer-focused company, the spotlight will also be on business networking and fun throughout the two days of London Calling Focus.
Additional “Bond-ing” takes place at an 007 themed invitation-only VIP night inspired by the classic James Bond films.
All the action takes place at historic Sunbeam Studios, the UK’s first purpose-built car and factory showroom now regarded as one of the foremost photographic studios and event spaces in London.
London Calling Focus will also be supported by the British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) and will be promoting PrintIT, the nationwide education initiative teaching young people about the print and allied industries.
Sarah Crumpler, Duplo UK’s Marketing Manager, said: “London Calling is a truly unique event that is defined by our customers, for our customers as well as the wider industry. The aim of London Calling is to provide ideas and inspiration behind business growth, as well as opportunities for networking. ”
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About Sunbeam Studios
The building is home to Sunbeam Studios and regarded as one of the foremost photographic studios and event spaces in London. It was originally opened in 1903 as the Talbot Works and was the first purpose-built car factory and show-room in the UK. A world record for 100 miles in one hour was set in 1913 by a Talbot built at this site. Through this achievement the driver, Percy Lambert, became the fastest man ever over this distance – on land, sea, or air, for which he earned the status of celebrity and national hero.
Based at Ladbroke Hall, W10, it’s a place that not only produced record breaking cars but was used by Winston Churchill as his experimental warfare establishment in the World War One and is also the place where the first anti-aircraft brigade was established in 1915.