Firm to showcase its expertise in US

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A Boston business is aiming to strike a chord at a major industry event being held in Music City – Nashville, Tennessee, next week.

BemroseBooth Paragon, the magnetic, paper and digital ticket supplier, will address more than 3,500 attendees from 45 different countries around the world at the International Parking Institute Conference and Expo.

The showcase, which runs from Tuesday to next Friday, is billed by organisers as ‘the must-attend event in the parking and transportation industry’. The events sees new products, services, technologies, and software all being showcased by manufacturing experts.

As one of the only exhibitors to attend the event from the UK, BemroseBooth Paragon says it intends to reinforce its position as one of the leading suppliers within Europe with the capacity, capability and experience to export to an increasing number of countries.

Sales and marketing director Richard Farmer said: “This event is the perfect platform for us to share our growing experience both in the UK and across the globe. Investing in exhibitions like this gives us the opportunity to extend our network of contacts and to share case studies of the many clients we work with.”

He added: “I’m really looking forward to the event and taking in the sights and sounds of Music City.

“We have won a number of new parking and transit clients in North America recently, and as an extra incentive to join us at our booth in the expo hall we are giving away an incredible piece of rock music memorabilia.

“Any car park operator who completes a quotation request form will be given the chance to win an officially certified Fender guitar signed by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.”

It was last summer when the Hull-based BemroseBooth Paragon acquired Magnadata, based in Horncastle Road, after the business went into administration.