As a leading poster printer in London we offer a wide range of services.
Our range includes a choice of sizes, paper weights and materials, including plastic, canvas, and adhesive. We can also customise the sizes of the finished articles should there be the need.
Our pricing structure is very versatile as we can also print lithographically for longer runs, making your order far more cost-effective.
All businesses thrive on acquiring new customers and maintaining existing ones. To achieve these goals, businesses must develop and roll out marketing strategies that suit their needs. One of the most effective marketing strategies is poster printing. Here is some more information on this topic:
Although there are several poster-printing processes, the most widely used method is offset printing (offset lithography). This technique involves the use of plates that represent each colour used in printing a poster. Some printers use the standard four (CMYK) colours while others use two colours. In some cases, offset lithography may require the use of speciality colours in addition to the standard CMYK colours. It is worth noting that there are two types of offset printing: sheetfed and web printing. In sheetfed printing, individual sheets of paper are fed into a printer one at a time. On the other hand, web printing involves the use of large rolls of paper fed continuously into a printer.
Thanks to their versatility and affordability, you can use posters in many places. Firstly, you can use them at trade shows and conferences to promote your business/brand. Moreover, you can negotiate with local businesses to allow you to place banner stands in their premises. In turn, offer to reciprocate in a similar fashion.
Well-designed conference posters can improve your brand's visibility because they are affordable and versatile. As such, you can use them for rebranding purposes, promoting price discounts, and marketing newly launched products. The most commonly used poster printing process is offset lithography though one can use other methods such as flexography, thermography, engraving, digital, inkjet, and silkscreen printing for the same purpose.