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Ashgrove hails Print Show as must-attend event

Ashgrove Trading has signed up to return to The Print Show in 2019, praising the event for the impact it has had on the UK industry and establish itself as a must-attend exhibition for any business involved with print.

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Ashgrove Trading will display a number of F-Mark die-cutters on its stand at The Print Show 2019

The provider specialises in digital print solutions, supplying products to a range of printrooms and marketing departments across the UK. Ashgrove is a long-term supporter of The Print Show and is hoping to repeat its previous success at this year’s event in September.

Visitors to the Ashgrove stand will be able to view the popular range of F-Mark die-cutters, as well as samples from its range of speciality medias for digital printing. The provider will also be displaying other new kit, but is keeping the details of this secret for time being.

Rolf Smith manager and partner at Ashgrove, only has positive things to say about The Print Show, praising its ability to help connect visitors with the solutions they need to succeed in the modern print market.

The Print Show is a great event for industry networking and for finding out what is generally happening within the print trade

“The Print Show is a great event for industry networking and for finding out what is generally happening within the print trade,” Smith said.

“As a smaller, UK-focused event, The Print Show is a valuable day out for anyone involved in printing, or those interested in getting started.

“In just a few hours, visitors can find out what’s new and exciting in print, meet existing and find new suppliers, and maybe discover the next great profit-making opportunity.”

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