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London Calling: Duplo stretches the boundaries

Duplo has opened registration for 2014’s London Calling, entitled ‘Without Limits’ with the announcement of its final list of partners.

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Duplo’s London Calling 2014 will take place in London’s East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf

Appearing at the show will be the five new partners, Antalis, LumeJet, Neopost, Optimus, alongside established partners Taopix, Balreed, Esko, Renz, Vivid, and Vpress.

Now in its sixth year, the 2014 event will be held at London’s East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, on October 15th and 16th and will showcase all of Duplo’s entire range of finishing equipment, as well as the newest products from its ten partners.

We are thinking of the future, not of the past and the focus in the future is moving away from machines and more on to making money

Sarah Crumpler, UK marketing manager at Duplo International, explains the significance of the venue, saying: “We chose Canary Wharf as the venue because it’s the financial centre of Europe. We are thinking of the future, not of the past and the focus in the future is moving away from machines and more on to making money.”

In this vein, Duplo has promised that visitors to the event can expect to see live demonstrations of next-generation products, with Duplo employees running the machines and customers available to answer questions. Also the Print Café will be open, says Duplo, to display a showcase of innovative applications.

Though the BPIF and Neopost will be leading seminars and focus groups on current issues in the printing industry, Duplo stresses that it will not be a full seminar programme.

All the partners for London Calling, including Balreed, have been announced

Crumpler continues: “There will be seminar-style layout with four seminars across two days, but it’s less focused on large auditorium lectures and more about close conversations between groups of printers.”

For Duplo, this event comes in their 30th year, presenting their biggest challenges and opportunities. They say they want to enable printers so they are more productive, and can grasp digital technology and all the benefits of that.

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