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Living Display range offers alternative display opportunities


i-Sub Digital Solutions are pleased to announce the launch of their new website www.livingdisplay.com. Living Display is a brand of i-Sub Digital Solutions and is headed up by two industry veterans Emma Plant and Andy Spreag with more than 25 years combined experience. The aim of i-Sub Digital Solutions is to


assist companies in the digital wide format display sectors to extend and maximise the opportunities available to them. i-Sub Digital Solutions is set to look beyond print to emerging opportunities in the wider digital sector such as electronic advertising and innovative, new retail solutions. Emma Plant explains more. “We have


seen for some time now that as the display market has increasingly become more digital, it lends itself to many cross media opportunities. i-Sub Digital Solutions seeks to complement the existing printed display markets by sourcing and introducing new The Living Display range offers an alternative to static graphics.


electronic display opportunities to enable our clients to develop additional revenue streams. These range from the simple static display items through to more complex electronic retail solutions”. The Living Display range offers systems that can be


used on floors, walls, windows and table top projections to create interactive and virtual displays, these are aimed at proactive and creatively driven print providers who want to offer their customers a new level of graphic language – a non-static, dynamic display. The Living Display systems open up a myriad of opportunities for those in the retail, hospitality and events sector – any place where brand owners want to create a full impact message in a high footfall area. i-Sub Digital Solutions have a demonstration suite at


i-Sub Digital Solutions’ premises in Northamptonshire.


their premises in Kettering, Northamptonshire where you can have a full overview of the Living Display products. If you would like more information please telephone: 01536 415511 or email: info@livingdisplay.com


Perspex Distribution branching out into Surrey


Semi-finished plastics supplier Perspex Distribution Ltd has expanded its operation by opening a new branch in Weybridge, Surrey. The branch will serve customers throughout the South of England making next day cut-to-size thermoplastic sheets including Perspex® cast acrylic available throughout the region. Keith Piggott, Managing Director of Perspex Distribution


explains: “We are excited about the improved service our Weybridge Office will offer customers. The new branch will contain the same large stock holdings as our established


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branches in Chelmsford, Tamworth and Blackburn, with cut-to-size facilities improving service and speed of delivery to our customers.” The new location is Perspex Distributions’ fourth UK branch


supplying thermoplastic sheets including Perspex® acrylic sheet, ex- truded acrylic, Bencore® composite, Polycarbonate, APET & PETG, Alupanel® Aluminium Composite, Foamed PVC, Rigid PVC, Poly- styrene, Rod & Tube and adhesives to a UK wide range of stockists, fabricators, designers and printers. For further information visit www.perspex.co.uk


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