Web-to-print solutions provider Vpress has hailed The Print Show as the UK print industry’s most important event after signing up to exhibit at this year’s show.

The Print Show 2022 will take place from September 20th to 22nd in Hall 18 of the NEC in Birmingham, with exhibitors confirmed from all corners of the print industry.

Vpress will be among the forward-thinking companies in attendance at the show and will be on hand to speak with visitors about the core benefits of web-to-print and how its solutions can help print service providers achieve their key business goals.

Having exhibited at the event on a number of occasions, Kelvin Bell, sales director at Vpress said the company is looking forward to getting in front of people again and showcasing the latest advancements across its web-to-print products.

“The Print Show has become the key industry event within the UK and offers Vpress an opportunity to not only engage with new customers but also existing customers and important partners post pandemic,” Bell said.

“For us, it is now the most important industry UK event and more so on the back of the pandemic, which stopped us engaging for so long. It offers a widespread array of solutions from ordering to production and beyond, showing how easy efficiency can be and how easy it is to enter new complimentary markets.”

Bell said Vpress will be showing off new products at The Print Show 2022 and urged visitors to drop by its stand during the event to find out more about how these new solutions can help their businesses succeed and grow.

“We have new products to launch but more importantly we want to continue the engagement of our industry with market leading solutions,” Bell said. “We want to show with working examples, just how essential it is to be online in this new, digitally transformed landscape.

“Without giving too much away, we plan to offer something new and refreshing to the industry showing how advanced online/remote ordering of personalisation of anything has become but doing it in a way that is both affordable and easy to implement.”