The new Roland DG Academy training course Profit Through Personalisation features demonstrations and practical group activities, including the creation of personalised samples using Roland DG technology.
Profit Through Personalisation taps into the growing demand by customers for unique, custom and quality items that reflect their individual tastes and interests, says Roland DG, the manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and 3D technology. The course presents an overview of personalisation and the different technologies that can be used.
"There is huge potential for print and graphics providers to incorporate instant personalisation into their business", says Greg Stone, product and marketing manager, Roland DG Australia. "Not only will product personalisation help businesses stand out from the competition, but it can lead to an increase in customer loyalty and growth in profits."
The course is primarily hands-on, featuring demonstrations and practical group activities for each technology, and includes the creation of personalised samples using Roland DG equipment and materials. Roland's COTO business division has developed design and print management software which enables customers to design their own gifts, apparel and mementos.
The main areas covered in the course are:
Personalisation introduction and technology overview
Benchtop UV printing
Direct-to-Garment printing and Heat Transfer
Impact Printing and Marking
Laser Foil Decoration
Profit Through Personalisation begins in Sydney on 27th November, with further dates and locations to be announced early next year.
An introductory price is on offer for the first full day Sydney course of $90 inc GST (normal course fee $129 inc GST). With only 12 places available per class, spots will fill up fast.
To find out more or make a booking, go to www.rolanddg.com.au/academy
or call 1800 500 119.