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It’s getting close to the Sign & Digital Show. Will you be there?

Always a great show with a vast range of innovative products and services. It is a perfect stage to network and helps find new partners to help grow your business.

The inksplash team will be travelling to the NEC, Birmingham this year. The show runs from the 24 – 26 April 2018. We are excited to see what the industry has to offer this year.

Check out the list of exhibitors here:  Exhibitors List

You can also download the show brochure here:  Download Show Brochure

 

Heres a little look at the show in 2017:

 

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Inksplash Friday Finds

Friday Finds (Issue 1) is out now! Our team love finding interesting blogs on lots of different topics. We are putting together our favourites each Friday. Drop us a mail  if you have a topic you are interested in and we will find some great posts.

 

1. The future of tech is amazing (and terrifying)

two people using virtual reality goggles

A fresh coffee rolls in on an automated platter. Your seat adjusts for maximum comfort. The music app detects that you’d like some 90s throwback tracks. Compulsory mood tracking is a wonderful thing and you’re very happy about it.

Source: Mashable

2. Maple Cinnamon Grain-Free Granola

granola in a bowl

This recipe is excitingly versatile, so don’t get too caught up on the ingredients themselves – instead think of them as inspiration. If you’re allergic to nuts, or you simply want to cut down on the cost of this recipe, simply swap out the nuts for more seeds.

Source: My New Roots

3. A Modern Take on an Age-Old Tool

jigae backpack

A-frame is a modern twist on the “jigae”, a traditional Korean tool used in cities like Seoul to move packs through narrow alleys and corridors.

Source: Yanko Design

4. Remembering David Bunnell (1947-2016)

David Bunnell

In 1973, a former schoolteacher named David Bunnell got a $110-a-week job as a technical writer for a tiny Albuquerque-based maker of calculators called Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems, Inc., or MITS. In later years, he admitted that he knew virtually nothing about electronics at the time.

Source: Fast Company & Inc

We hope you enjoyed our finds. Watch out for Issue 2 coming soon