We recently held a webinar “Achieving hypergrowth with web-to-print”, where our CEO Douglas Gibson gave an in-depth explanation of the hypergrowth framework. To hear what Douglas, and an expert panel of six different Infigo clients from both sides of the Atlantic said, check out the webinar replays here. If you’d prefer a brief written summary, before you view the replays, keep on reading..
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Podcast: The PrintPod episode 2: The Need for Speed with Paul Bromley
Embracing innovation and automation: A deep dive into web-to-print with Paul Bromley In the ever-evolving landscape of the print industry, embracing automation becomes not just a competitive advantage but a necessity for survival and growth. In the second episode of our PrintPod podcast, Head of Global Marketing, Chris Minn, chats with Head of Global Sales, […]
Blog: Meet the team, Harper Lester
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Event: Dscoop Edge Indy, 24-27th March 2024
Put the pedal to the metal at Dscoop Edge Indy 2024, and see how you too can quickly build online storefronts and integrate your print workflow. Located on Booth: 1031 at the Indiana Conference Center, our web-to-print experts will be on hand to demonstrate how automation and integrations are enabling our users to quickly launch […]
Blog: Infigo sends UK team to Moldova HQ
Meeting in Moldova: Why in-person collaboration will always trump a virtual meeting on Teams (even if you need a passport). It’s perhaps stating the obvious that the internet has enabled companies of any size to establish a worldwide presence. Of course, any global web-based technology company would say that. But we’d also argue that while […]