ArtSystems to address wide-format print waste in new webinar 

Taking place on 24 April, the webinar will examine how print service providers can manage wide-format print waste in a cost-effective and environmentally friendly manner

, the Nottingham-based specialist systems distributor and service provider, is to host a free webinar to discuss the challenges of wide-format print waste and what print service providers can do to tackle these issues.

Taking place on 24 April from 11:00am to 12:30pm, the ‘Wide-Format Waste and Practical Ways to Reduce and Manage It’ session will consider the core problems facing print businesses and feature real examples and programs of how to responsibly and cost effectively dispose of waste.

ArtSystems’ Marketing Manager John Draycott will host the webinar and discuss the issue of wide-format print waste with a number of leading industry experts.

Marcus Clifford, Regional Director of the BPIF; Jon Hutton, Director of the Reconomy Group; and Jane Rixon, Business Development Manager for Signage and Decoration at HP, will all offer insight into the issue and provide guidance on how to best overcome the primary challenges in this area.

John Draycott said:

“It is no secret that when it comes to disposing of certain types of wide-format print waste, it can be a somewhat troublesome process for print service providers. If you are looking for clear options on how to start to manage waste from wide-format print, then this webinar will do just that for you.”

The full schedule is as follows:

11.00 – 11.10    Introduction – John Draycott, ArtSystems.

11.10 – 11.30    Marcus Clifford Regional Director, BPIF.

11.30 – 12.00    Jon Hutton Director, Reconomy Group.

12.00 – 12.15    Jane Rixon Business Development Manager, Signage & Decoration, HP.

12.15 – 12.30    Print and Waste in the Real World.

To register for the free webinar, please click here:

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