Talking Print: Bringing Print to Life with Sound and Vision for Printers at The Print Show

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

London based Audio and Video in print consultancy, Talking Print, will be presenting its unique ‘Audio, Lights and Video in Print’ Service for Printers to visitors to its stand at the forthcoming Print Show in October.

Talking Print offers a unique bespoke ‘audio, lights and video in print' service for printers, marketeers and creative’s.  

Talking Print has developed exciting ways to combine audio and video with any kind of printed material, using audio, video and sensor technology they help their clients create the most original and creative marketing material you’ve ever seen and heard!

Offering a totally bespoke service, Talking Print work closely with their clients to meet their requirements. They understand no two jobs are the same. Whether clients are looking for short run products using their in house ‘module only’ unprinted stock (they do not have any MOQs), or by sourcing using their extensive network of Far East suppliers.

Talking Print understands design and print, it’s their background. Uniquely they understand how to integrate this sensory technology in to print. 

Talking Print is the brainchild of David Hyams. David stated, “Because I come from a design and print background, I appreciate quality control, budgets, and how to communicate on all levels to my suppliers and clients. Above all we know how to give clients a stress free experience!”

“With this new technology it’s so easy to buy badly and get your fingers burnt. We provide a hassle free service, which is based in the UK and talks ‘your language’. 

David continued, “Our knowledge and experience in this field and in print sets us apart as a service provider, as we offer a consultancy that can advise, produce and deliver, either an off the shelf or bespoke product that is unique in every aspect.”

Printers will be able to discuss the variety of options available with Talking Print staff on the IPIA members stand at The Print Show, which can either be off the shelf, created to their specific requirements and specifications, or, alternatively, printers can provide their own pre-printed wrap and Talking Print will provide the internal module. The brochure books can also be wrapped in either soft or hardback versions.

Alternatively, any printers or potential customers can also meet with Talking Print at the IPIA’s Meet the Buyer, Meet the Supplier trade event on the 14th October, where they can have a 20 minute one-to-one meeting to discuss their requirements.

The Print Show is being held at Birmingham’s NEC from 13-15th October. 

For more information on the show, visit www.theprintshow.co.uk