We can apply designs across an entire building or simply on a mobile screen, the options are endless
(PRWeb UK) February 26, 2010
The Bromsgrove-based Digiglass company makes images appear part of the glass; mundane glass walls and windows become lively or relaxing displays, backgrounds or communication tools. Newly appointed sales manager Simon Gannicliff points out that the potential market for DigiGlass is “massive”.
The potential market for DigiGlass is “massive”, according to newly appointed sales manager Simon Ganniclifft.
DigiGlass have perfected specialist window film design and printing techniques to bring seamless, high definition colour graphics to flat glass areas. DigiFilm window film is a highly effective coating which reduces incoming solar heat and UV light, helping to save money on energy bills, protect occupants and reduce fading. Professionally installed DigiFilm is virtually undetectable, making it ideal for business, homes and the retail sector.
“As far as opportunities are concerned there is a green field out there,” says Simon, who previously worked for Vitrafol Ltd which went into liquidation last year. The commercial rights, assets and goodwill were acquired by DigiGlass.
“The public sector, where there are significant budgets for new build projects, offers great opportunities for DigiGlass,” said Simon. “It is a product increasingly of interest to architects and health boards of new hospitals where art and design is seen as beneficial to patients and visitors alike.”
The Bromsgrove-based company makes images appear part of the glass; mundane glass walls and windows become lively or relaxing displays, backgrounds or communication tools.
“We can apply designs across an entire building or simply on a mobile screen, the options are endless,” adds Simon. “We take the core product and combine it with other products such as digital wall coverings and signage to give customers the ability to pick one of our products or use as a one-stop shop for their printed film, specialty film and signage requirements.”