Digitaliserer trykkeriene: “Har funnet et hull i markedet”

I mars deltok Patrik Knutsson som foredragsholder på Online Print Symposium i Tyskland. Foto: Online Print Symposium / Nadja von Prümmer

Som en blanding mellom Foodora og Gule sider. Slik beskriver entreprenøren Patrik Knutsson sin forretningsidé, den digitale markedsplassen for trykking, Print.page, som er i ferd med å lanseres.

– Jeg har funnet et hull i markedet, noe som jeg har savnet i løpet av mine år i den grafiske bransjen. Jeg skulle ville påstå at dette er verdens første åpne markedsplass for online print, sier Patrik Knutsson.

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Print.page® supporting UN Sustainable Development Goals

By building an innovative industrial infrastructure as an open multi-vendor marketplace for print production, Print.page® contributes to sustainable and local production with lower carbon emissions.

We support the following goals:

No. 9:
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

No. 12:
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Patrik Knutsson was invited to participate the Inkish Non-Event 22

Together with 100 guests from all over the world from the printing industry, Patrik Knutsson from Tangerin AS, the founder of Print.page™, was invited to a three-day meeting in lovely Copenhagen, Denmark.

This was a great venue to discuss the current status and future of our industry. Innovation, technology, online print, marketing ++. All with people with the best global knowledge and experience, and all under the wonderful hospitality of the entire Inkish family.

Print.page™ – An online print marketplace under development

Trykkverk AS is building a new two-sided platform, probably the world’s first of its kind.

Patrik Knutsson, a serial entrepreneur with 40 years of experience, decided from a self-perceived problem in the printing industry to build a new, non-existent and better solution for online print, using existing production capacity in the market.

– We will digitize and simplify the entire industry, so buyers and sellers can meet in a structured, userfriendly and sustainable marketplace.

INKISH.NEWS: Is it possible to shake up an industry?

By Patrik Knutsson and Morten B. Reitoft.

“Printing brought us from the dark ages through the industrial revolution and helped educate the world. Print still impacts everyday people’s lives worldwide, and I believe print will also have that impact in the future, but in more variants of materials, surfaces, structures, and objects. The only thing for sure is that we need to continue adapting to new technology, embracing the digital shift, and keeping up with knowledge.”

Read the full interview at INKISH.NEWS.