100th partner and debut for new Nettl offerings at PrintWeekLive!

By Jo Francis, Wednesday 15 February 2017

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PrintWeekLive! will mark the trade show debut for two new offerings from Nettl – Nettl Now and Nettl Signs.


Nettl: celebrating 100th partner milestone

Nettl provides printing and design businesses with a ‘bolt-on’ solution for adding website and cross-media services.

The operation is part of Grafenia PLC and has just reached a significant milestone after signing up its 100th Nettl partner – a printer in North Shields.

“Nettl can help in one way or another, because if you don’t win the web and digital work, you’re probably going to lose the print work,” explained Grafenia chief executive Peter Gunning.

“We’re giving the skills to existing teams that allows them to move up to higher-value projects, and then they get to keep the print.”

In what has been a busy start to 2017, Nettl recently entered the signage market with the acquisition of ADD Signs, and will be showcasing the Nettl Signs offering at PrintWeekLive!.

It will also be promoting its new four-hour same day delivery printing service, Nettl Now, and aims to engage with potential partners for the fast turnaround service at the show. Nettl Now goes live in Manchester at the end of February.

“We’re currently looking for ‘Nettl Now makers’ to build a network of service centres, and we expect to have some useful conversations at PrintWeekLive!,” Gunning added.

Nettl’s 12sqm stand is located next to sister brand Marqetspace, which has a separate presence.  

PrintWeekLive! takes place from 8-9 March at the Wasps Arena, Coventry. Visit www.printweeklive.com for more details and to register to attend the event.


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