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CMYK are delighted to be partnering with the Engineering & Manufacturing Network to deliver event sign-in and registration services for the upcoming 2022 EMCON Engineering & Manufacturing Expo. CMYK has a great deal of experience and expertise when it comes to supporting the regions Engineering and Manufacturing sector.  We see exceptional growth potential for our region’s Engineering & Manufacturing firms due to significant inward investment into our region. Joining the EMN has provided a great platform for us to showcase our services, align ourselves with this sector and network amongst leading businesses across the region.

CMYK have been working with clients to provide agile and hybrid technologies to improve operational and workplace efficiencies. Our core business offerings include all aspects of Managed IT Services, Hardware, Software and associated support, Managed Print & Integrated Scanning Services, Cloud & Mobile Telecoms, Cloud Services, Business Connectivity and Visitor Management Solutions. CMYK’s infrastructure spans the entire UK, with a national network of technical service engineers who are supported by our highly skilled and fully accredited helpdesk support teams. Our emphasis at CMYK is delivering a local approach to support whilst having national strengths and capabilities. We are adynamic, client-centric business which is continuously innovating and developing to ensure we continue to provide unrivalled value and support to our clients.

Kaye Collins of EMN stated that “partnering with CMYK was a strategic move for our EMCON show, capitalising on the incredible services and experience of their exhibition team. We know that this will provide a smooth registration process on the day and eliminate much of the time spent on the day’s organisation. It’s great to have them onboard as a sponsor and a member.”