Today we sit down to wrap-talk with Matt Richart, from Digital EFX Wraps.
He shares with us his insights into having a successful partnership, pricing according to your real costs, finding your niche and learning to say ”NO".
What a great chat, worth listening to every second of it!
Today we wrap-talk with Arjan Kwappenberg from Stressless Vinyl Application.
Arjan started wrapping many years ago, but right from the beginning he had a problem with the way that wrapping was being taught… which led him to find a different way, the true-way as he puts it of wrapping. He called this way of wrapping for SVA, and on this episode we get to hear all about it.
Today we wrap-talk with Robin Bös a ”old timer" within the german wrapping industry.
He’s been going at it for decades and has had the chance to see the European industry evolve to what it is today.
We talk about his wrap-journey, being a student and a teacher at the same time and what the German Wrapping Association is, why it was created and it’s value for the future.
Today we sit down to wrap-talk with Duncan MacOwen, head of events at FESPA.
We go deep into talking about the FESPA show, the value of visiting the show and how the Word Wrap Masters competition has evolved during all this years and is evolving in the future.
We get to hear some great stories and a few heavy hitters get named.
Today we sit down to wrap-talk with Christina McKay from Curvaceous Wraps
We talk about her passion for design and designing wraps, being a female business owner in the industry, building her business, art, fashion and how she has merged it all into Curvaceous Wraps.
Christina goes all the way, sharing openly on how she sees the industry, it’s challenges but also all the positives.
Today we sit down to wrap-talk with James Tate from Tate Design.
We talk about his shop, his philosophy as a wrapper, FESPA 2018, how a wrappers ”candy shop” looks like… and we also manage to talk a bit about his crazy customers, that are always pushing the limit of what is doable.
Today we wrap-talk with Bert Hussein, who’s in charge of operations and sales manager of @yiannimize.
Bert takes us deep into how they work, how it’s to work with high end customers and cars daily, the day to day challenges and what it means to have a camera shooting them daily for 8 -10 weeks / year.