After a challenging journey we at Spandex are able to offer sign makers and graphic producers the possibility of online shopping. During our 40-year history Spandex has always strived for excellence in service by sourcing the best and most innovative materials from the leading brands and, more importantly, making sure they are in stock for next day delivery. To complement this, regular training ensures our staff is knowledgeable and able to help our customers buy exactly what they need for a specific job. Continue reading
In Spandex’s 40th anniversary year, Spandex founder, Charlie Dobson reminisces on the opportunities and challenges he and co-founder and wife, Mary, faced when establishing and growing Spandex.
The vehicle wrap market is continuing to grow at a tremendous pace, not just as a medium for outdoor advertising, but also for decorative and protection purposes. And, with new products frequently entering the market – from colour-pop films, special effects, overlaminates to protection films – there are numerous options for complete vehicle customisation to help the message it conveys standout. Continue reading
Our CEO Rod Larson looks back at FESPA Digital which took place in Amsterdam at the start of March, and discusses his five key takeaways from the show:
Leon Watson, General Manager, Spandex looks ahead in 2016 and shares what he thinks will be key areas to watch over the coming 12 months:
These days, it’s even more about the end user and what they want as an individual than ever before, and our customers are adapting to make jobs even more personal and customised. To achieve this, we have noticed a steady growth in certain key areas and I anticipate that this will continue during 2016.
A couple of weeks ago we looked in some detail at the results from our vehicle wrapping customer survey, which we undertook earlier this year across a range of countries. As this sector presents such a huge growth opportunity to our customers, we are here to share some more of the findings.
Earlier this year we posted a blog on the opportunities that vehicle wrapping presents, and the benefits that getting involved in this sector could bring to your business. We have since undertaken a research study which has provided further insight into the buying behaviour of Spandex’s vehicle wrapping customers across a range of countries.
An Interview with Rod Larson, Spandex CEO
The use of textile materials to produce sign and display graphics has grown significantly over the last few years. Whether you walk into a shopping centre, through a hotel foyer or across a petrol station forecourt, you can see the prevalence of soft signage applications.
If you’ve added vehicle wrapping to your signage and graphics portfolio, you’re no doubt enjoying a lucrative revenue stream in addition to more conventional graphics applications.