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Notoberfest Croydon – 14 Nov 2019

We brought our neighbourhood together for a slice of belated-Bavaria in Croydon on Thursday, 14 November 2019 at our town’s very own Signal Brewery!

Working with local charity Croydon Commitment, this was a fun and informal networking afternoon for business leaders across the region.

Our guests enjoyed wonderful Croydon-brewed craft beers, great food and of course, had the opportunity to meet fellow businesses and discover new ways of working.

About the host – DMC Canotec

Typically, businesses are unaware of the true cost of their printing activities, have no control over how much paper and consumables staff use, and utilise inefficient processes to manage their documentation and day-to-day workflows.

Nowadays, many business processes can be completed without paper, not to mention the fact that digital documents are far easier to store and distribute, offer greater opportunities for editing and collaboration, and can be made much more secure than physical paper files.

With almost 30 years’ experience in managed print services and document management systems, Croydon-based DMC Canotec has helped thousands of businesses across the UK introduce smarter, paper-lite ways of working.

Thursday, 14 November 2019

  • Complimentary tickets
  • Free beer from Signal Brewery
  • Music & food
  • Table tennis competition
  • Charity raffle & prizes

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