Kall Kwik’s National Network Meeting was a hub of great ideas and initiatives last week as Centre Owners from around the UK gathered to exchange best practices and Digital Print partner Apogee was on hand to present the latest innovations to drive their business.
“I was personally delighted that Apogee agreed to support the Kall Kwik Network Meeting” said Nigel Toplis, Managing Director, The Bardon Group “and I hope that they will do the same going forward. Not only have Apogee been a strong supporter of Kall Kwik but they have become a major supply partner of the group.”
“If we want to continue to be leaders in our marketplace then we need to work with people who have the highest levels of expertise to support our Centres. Apogee have that expertise as well as a unique facility in Birmingham (open to all Kall Kwik Centre Owners) and more than that they understand our market and understand how we work.”
Apogee’s specialist Production Print team of technical experts and account managers provided the audience of Centre Owners with advice on how they could optimise the performance and efficiency of their in-house production processes. The Apogee team also showcased new applications and services including digital foil blocking, white and clear varnish printing that Centres could add to their offerings to grow business levels.
“Kall Kwik’s National Network Meetings are a terrifically positive environment and the combination of Centre Owners and the leadership team sharing their experiences and ideas makes them a really inspiring event to be part of. We are delighted to be a partner and supplier to so many Kall Kwik Centres and look forward to continuing to help them grow their businesses” said Gary Downey, Apogee’s Group Marketing Director.