We have been busy installing new printing equipment at Huge Media Towers in Speke. The first handful of jobs we have carried out using this state of the art equipment were output accurately and at pace.
Within 48 hours we’d turned around two giant billboards for a college in The Midlands and branded up vehicles whilst the drivers waited!
48-Hour Turnaround For Billboard Campaign
In these challenging times – James Watt and Sutton Coldfield colleges moved to online open evenings. To capture the attention of potential students in the immediate area, Huge Media was tasked with producing two giant billboards. We parked these in the vicinity of the college.
The colleges are part of BMet that has colleges across Birmingham. It is one of the largest further eduction facilities in the UK. They provide a wide range of education, training and apprenticeship courses across the West Midlands. Every year, 20,000 students pass though the doors.
Kicking Down Doors
The next job we got stuck into was branding up the internal doors for Jayne Moore Media. Our machine set to work again to print the door wraps on next-generation vinyl. The same process and material can be used to brand shop windows and other flat surfaces.
We love the design that matches their swanky website. The agency prides itself of kicking down doors to get the job done. So we added a matt film laminate to protect the design from wear and tear.
Vehicle Branding Whilst You Wait
The installation of the new printing facility, signals the launch of our whilst-you-wait service for firms wanting high quality vehicle livery. Among the first jobs to roll off the production line were graphics for Tonic Consultancy and My Odd Job Guys.
Lisa drove her Ford Eco Boost to Huge Media Towers so we could add her logo and contact details. The Didsbury-based marketing consultant, who heads up her own firm Tonic, took advantage of our while-u-wait service. Whilst the team worked, Lisa used one of our hot desks. Lisa carried on working whilst we made the magic happen. There’s fast wi-fi and endless coffee, all in a Covid-safe environment for anybody who brings in their car or van.
The printer was next put to work on a lovely job for a new business venture www.myoddjobguys.com. We used 3 different coloured vinyls overlaid to make up this simple but effective sign-written design. Sometimes less is more.
As well as vehicle graphics you might want a cost to wrap an entire vehicle, or just its back window.
For firms that operate from premises we can design, print and install vinyl branding and marketing messages for flat surfaces such as doors and shop fronts. Vinyl offers a cost-effective way to produce fancy signage for a fraction of the cost. The new printing facility speeds up service and design, our in house team also handles the fitting.
If you are thinking about making a similar impact for your brand, come and have a socially-distanced chat or drop us a line using the form below. We’d love to help you build back better.