Mustang Digital Announces Ce.Ge Global Deal
Mustang Digital Marketing is proud to announce an exclusive UK deal with a global print marketing group. Despite all the talk of a No-Deal Brexit and the possibility of companies losing trade connections with Europe. Our Mustang Marketing agency has won the exclusive UK advertising and distribution rights for Ce.Ge Global. It Includes its fantastic new revolutionary technology produced under the Tecnicart brand.
Mustang Digital formed initially in 2004 as a creative printing company has grown and developed nationally. The highly-regarded print supplier known for working with leading construction, Health care and Magazine companies diversified in early 2019. It was then Mustang Marketing was formed offering web design, brand marketing and SEO solutions locally and nationally. Although Marketing is a competitive industry, Mustang kept its prices transparent but not losing the imagination and creative flair. It was this vision that peaked the Director of Ce.Ge “Carles Subirats” interest, while looking to expand its brand and products into the UK.
The new revolutionary product, although its development is top secret, is a textured varnish that represents brick, wood and metal materials. Ce.Ge describes it as: –
” an innovative method that enables the reproduction of colours and textures without the use of pasted samples”
So you still get the look and feel of the product without the cost of expensive samples and manufacturing. Industry insiders have revealed that this will ” Change the way companies showcase their products ” making it easier for the customer to take samples”. As well as “taking the loads off sales reps hauling large displays to wholesalers”. Managing Director Mark Edwardson commented on the new partnership with Ce.Ge saying:-
” I’m delighted to be working with Ce.Ge in bringing this new printing process to our shores and becoming the sole UK distributor of tecnicart “
Hopefully, this small business success story will inspire other local companies to not panic over Brexit but look beyond our shores to bring in new business into the UK.
By Stevie Woodrow