Print professionals have just one day to register for Currie Group’s HP Indigo 7r press test drive event, where they can also hear from Kellie Northwood, and meet All Blacks legend Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford.
The event kicks off at 3.30pm tomorrow at the Currie Group showroom – Unit E, 19 Orbit Place, Albany, Auckland. Click Here to register for the event.
Craig Paul, country manager for Currie Group New Zealand, says he talks to a number of people wanting to know more about HP Indigo. He says, “At the Currie Group HP Indigo 7r event, you can learn a lot more about these presses. The HP Indigo 7r is a reconditioned version of the gold standard digital offset press and it comes with a full warranty. HP Indigo engineers recondition the presses on a dedicated production line at the HP Indigo plant in Israel.
“The HP Indigo 7r offers a cost-effective solution for printers wanting to enter the digital printing market. You can access high quality production at a reduced investment.”
Paper and print advocate Kellie Northwood, chief executive of the Real Media Collective, will speak at the event. Paul says, “Kellie will discuss print relevance in a digital world and how you can add value to your sales process with the offset matching quality, productivity and high value applications available on the HP Indigo 7r Digital Press.
“We have also managed to get Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford along for a Q&A session and for photos. The former All Blacks captain played in the 1987 World Cup winning team and led the All Blacks through a 14-game unbeaten run.
“This is a great opportunity to see first-hand, what the HP Indigo 7r can offer your business.”
What: Currie Group HP Indigo Test Drive event
Where: Unit E, 19 Orbit Drive, Albany, Auckland
When: 3.30pm, February 21