Trade Show Booth Design and Production Services

Proprint is building relationships at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre

The Buildings Show is one of the highlights of the year for us. We get a chance to reacquaint ourselves with old friends, as well as shake some hands with the people behind the ever-changing face of this city. We never miss it.

This year, we decided to step up our game and design a trade show display that showcased what we do and who we do it for. What better way to do this than by making it out of the very materials we specialize in (printed substrates). We treated our own brand like a case study. We wanted to show a clear path from friendly introduction to project discussion.

Our positioning for this show is clear. We offer:

Printing Services for Builders, Real Estate Marketers and Designers

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Edition Toronto International Art Book Fair

Supporting creativity, one page at a time

The second /edition Art Book Fair brings together 60 Canadian and international exhibitors, presenting a wide range of art-related publications and limited edition artworks. Visitors to 2 ⁄ edition will continue to have their eyes and minds opened to alternative ways of looking at and collecting art.

Learn more about the Fair here.

The importance of print

As Print and Signage Sponsor, Proprint is honoured to be involved with this event. They have built a reputation for providing dependable printing services to the literary and artistic community for over 25 years.


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Art Toronto 2017 – Opening Night Preview

A benefit for the Art Gallery of Ontario

Thursday Oct 26, 2017

It’s no secret that art is very important to the people of Proprint. They have built a positive reputation working with some of the city’s top designers, photographers and visual artists. Although the core of their business lies in the world of Retail Point of Sale Display Production, their interests encompass many creative fields.

This explains their yearly passionate support of the arts right here in Toronto. This Thursday, Proprint is proudly participating as an in-kind sponsor for the Opening Night of ART/TO. They provided the printing for all of the invitations and tickets.


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Cadbury Halloween Point of Sale Displays

Boo!

Nobody does Halloween quite like Cadbury. For this season, they have gone all-out to capture attention and imaginations with this charming POS series.

This dimensional haunted house pallet topper is part of a POS kit that includes base wraps to cover product pallets, wobblers and bookcase side panels. Each are dressed with whimsical Halloween jack-o-lanterns to capture the spirit of this holiday season.


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Labatt Blue Thousand Islands Bridge POS Display

Labatt Breweries has been shaped by nearly 170 years of brewing excellence and commitment to the communities where they operate. So it’s no surprise that when it comes to capturing the attentions of localized markets, they excel at it.

Local appeal

For a strategically-selected region of retailers around the Thousand Islands area, Labatt wanted to reproduce the look of the iconic Thousand Islands Bridge by incorporating it into an engaging store display series.

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No Boats on Sunday

This homegrown Canadian cider made with all natural apples has taken huge strides in the marketplace. Now with an updated colour-infused, upright boat shaped display, you can put your Oars Up and grab a bottle or two stacked within. The change from white to navy blue has increased the visual appeal of this display, lending to a more crisp and clean look.


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Esko Hosts 3rd annual Honours Course – Belgium

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Photographed by Sabrina Cee

Belgium, Netherlands.

An enlightening experience

While doing my internship at Proprint Sevices, I was invited to attend the Esko 3rd annual Flexographic Packaging honours course in Ghent, Belgium. The course lasted 2 weeks and provided me with the opportunity to learn and explore Esko’s latest and greatest software, as well as experience the small city of Ghent and all it has to offer. With a population of around 260 000 people, the city of Ghent has a lot of history and was once the largest and richest city in all of Europe. The gothic architecture, beautiful cobblestone roads, bike lanes and delicious food are just some of the draws this wonderful city has to offer. The Belgian waffles, chocolate as well as the homemade jenever served at Dreupelkot were some of my favourites!

Photographed by Sabrina Cee

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