Successfully transforming your print business into a cross media marketing services provider is no easy feat. Not only is it likely that your staff may not yet have the skills, knowledge or desire to make that change, but also your customers probably aren’t yet even asking for such services and they likely don’t even know that many commercial printers already offer such campaigns!
Yet, getting into shape to successfully achieve cross media success by integrating digital and print may be crucial to your business health.
Do you need a cross media trainer? Is your business flexible enough to make the leap from printer provider to communication specialist? Do your salesforce and support staff need a cross-media boost?
XMPie will be teaming up with UK customer MultiChannelMachine (MCM) to showcase our cross media fitness clinic at the Cross Media Production 2014 show which is taking place March 24-29, 2014 alongside Ipex 2014 at London’s ExCel Centre.
Visit us at stand C45 for a quick business workout and we’ll show you how XMPie and CMM can become your core strength for winning more business, delivering greater customer value and higher margins.
Click here to meet the team and book your 15 min “fitness check”
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