Toronto, Canada, June 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Held at Billesley Manor Hotel near Stratford upon Avon during IPEX week, the Tecna Display Global Partner Event was the first event ever to bring together all Tecna Display distributors from all over the world.
Tecna Display felt that they had a large number of global partners all trying to do the same thing in their individual countries; which was to promote and develop sales in a difficult market. Though every country faced different issues and some indeed would be in competition with each other at times, they all had two things in common; a passion for the Blueprint Display product and a compelling need to shout about it.
Jonathan Evitt, inventor of Blueprint and MD of Tecna Display decided that the only way he could help get the message out there about how much time, effort and money Blueprint Display would save the average exhibition build and large format display business was to bring together his collective distributors from all around the world and create the first ever Tecna Display Global Partner Event. The event objective was to share information, knowledge, techniques and strategies that will in turn benefit the print service providers they target.
The event proved to be a huge success with over 50 attendees from across the globe – Canada (Best Displays.com), France, Singapore, South Africa, China, Poland, Holland, UK, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Switzerland, Israel and Denmark, Norway, Romania and Nigeria were all represented. Twenty five of these members also attended IPEX to research the new textile opportunities available to work with the FabFrame product as well as other direct to substrate printing techniques that the Blueprint system will carry to give customers more choice.
Geoff Martin of Best Displays.com believes that this is the future of business networking and is quoted: “Creating a real business partnership, a family if you will, of dedicated and devoted distributors that invest in the product and help be part of the development process by keeping open channels of communication is key for us. We are determined to stay ahead of the game, keep inventing quality creative positive solutions for the large format print professional in tune with their evolving print technologies. This is how the idea for the FabFrame product that works with digital textiles came about. By forging a real global partnership like we have just done we have strengthened our position in the marketplace are well placed to drive ahead with an inspired enthusiasm that permeates through our whole global distribution channel.”
For more information on Blueprint and Fabframe, visit www.BestDisplays.com