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Secure your spot at Roland DG’s 2020 Profit Through Personalisation Course!

Secure your spot at Roland DG’s 2020 Profit Through Personalisation Course!

Roland DG Australia has announced 2020 dates for the new Roland DG Academy training course, Profit Through Personalisation, a course targeting new and existing customers looking to incorporate a personalisation solution into their business.

Profit Through Personalisation taps into the growing demand by customers for unique, custom and quality items that they can connect with on some level. The course presents an overview of personalisation and different technologies that can be used to help a business diversify their offering to increase customer loyalty and grow profits. There is huge potential for print and graphics providers to incorporate instant personalisation into their business, and stand out from the competition.

The course is primarily hands-on, features demonstrations and practical group activities for each technology, and includes the creation of personalised samples using Roland DG equipment and materials.

The main areas covered in Profit Through Personalisation are:

Personalisation introduction and technology overview

Benchtop UV printing

Direct-to-Garment printing and Heat Transfer

Dye sublimation

Impact Printing and Marking

Laser Foil Decoration

Course details have now been finalised and bookings are available online for the following dates and locations:

Sydney, NSW

31 March

Melbourne, VIC

12 May

Brisbane, QLD

9 June

With only 10 places available per class, you will need to get in quick to secure your spot!

To find out more or make a booking, go to www.rolanddg.com.au/academy, email training@rolanddg.com.au or call 1800 500 119.

More dates and locations will be announced throughout the year.

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