How to engage brands with digitally printed packaging
Sponsored by: HP Inc
- Digitally Printed Packaging
Date: 25 January
Time: 11am EST (5pm CET)
Selling digital printing is nothing like selling traditional lithographic print, and the transition to selling digital print can be challenging.
Sales teams need to become consultants and sell the actual value rather than a commoditized print. This means they are better engaged throughout the sales cycle. Unlike traditional print, digital drives new values for supply chain efficiency, reduces waste and inventory, and opens new avenues for consumer engagement.
As run lengths decline, turn-around time reduces, needs for last-minute adaptations to campaigns change, and the need for personalization/customization rises – the demands for digital print rises too.
In this webinar, we will explore these new avenues and offer insights from Brand engagement for your digital sales teams.
Brand Engagement Manager, HP PageWide Corrugated Solutions
Simon has been involved within the digital print environment for the past 25 years at Canon, EFI & ColorSpan and joined HP in 2007.
Since joining HP, as well as holding regional sales positions, Simon was appointed as Worldwide Marketing Manager for Corrugated Solutions, actively promoting HP’s PageWide Presses as HP entered the industrial printing arena.
Simon joined the Worldwide Brand Innovation Team in 2017, engaging FMCG Brands on the advantages and opportunities afforded when digitally printing corrugated Packaging or POS is implemented as part of a supply chain logistics and marketing strategy.
Key Learning Objectives
- Uncover the supply chain benefits that accompany digitally printed packaging
- Hear insights to assist your sales teams with communicating the value-added opportunity of digital print for packaging
- And learn how sales are becoming more engaged throughout the selling process to better meet evolving brand needs
- Heads of Packaging
- Senior level
- Director of Sales
- VP of Sales
- Production Managers
- Sales Managers
- Pre-press Managers
- Digital Printing Managers
- Heads of Digital Divisions
- Business Development Managers
- Marketing Managers
- Director of Marketing
- Media Consultants
- Application Designers
- Print Brokers