World-renowned printing systems manufacturer Konica Minolta has become the latest leading brand to sign up to exhibit at The Print Show 2022.

Konica Minolta is a long-term supporter of The Print Show having exhibited at four previous editions of the event, which remains the only show dedicated to the UK print industry.

This commitment to the UK was one of the primary reasons behind Konica Minolta returning to the event, with the manufacturer keen to meet with new customers and reconnect with existing customers from across the UK.

“We last exhibited at The Print Show in 2019 and we are very glad to be back; we have got a lot to talk about,” said Jon Hiscock, head of business for the production and industrial print group for Konica Minolta in the UK.

“The Print Show is the big show for professional print providers in the UK and also a fantastic networking opportunity for the industry. If customers want to find out about the very latest market trends and learn from their peers, it is the UK event to attend.”

Visitors can look forward to learning about a whole host of exciting innovations on the Konica Minolta stand at The Print Show 2022, with the manufacturer fiercely committed to developing new solutions to help customers grow their business.

“There are a lot of exciting things going at Konica Minolta; our branding and messaging recently changed to ‘Igniting Print Possibilities’, through which we are concentrating on real problems and the needs of professional print providers,” Hiscock said.

“We’ve also been making seeing interest in our industrial print products which we are really keen to engage customers with.

“Visitors to The Print Show can expect to see some of the latest product releases and innovations on the stand, explore the options and to speak directly to our expert team, who will be on hand to discuss specific requirements or applications to suit the needs of your business.”

Chris Davies, event director for The Print Show, added: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome back Konica Minolta to The Print Show this year. They are one of our longest-running exhibitors and to have them back again shows their confidence in the show and how much they value the event.”