ORLANDO (FL), March 22, 2018 — Today at the International Sign Expo (ISA), HP Inc. invites ISA attendees to experience the latest technology innovations from the industry leader, each

making it easy for print services providers (PSPs) to “Say Yes” to any print job that can be imagined.

“In improv and business, there’s the principle that saying, ‘yes and...’ encourages the sharing of ideas without limiting others; something we embrace and celebrate in printing every day at HP,” said Dave Prezzano, Vice President and General Manager of HP Graphics Solution Business Americas.“We’ve created the ‘Yesville’ booth at ISA to help inspire confidence for PSPs to always say yes when printing with HP. Yesville brings to life the collaborative and limitless possibilities that are now a reality thanks to our industry-leading portfolio that powers partners around the world.”


Welcome to Yesville

Visit HP’s booths at ISA (#2828 and #3328) to get hands on with the latest applications, made possible by the company’s innovative technology. Themed “Yesville", HP encourages PSPs to open their minds and see the possibilities now available for any print job imagined.

In addition to joining an informative tour or stopping by for Happy Hour on March 22 from 4-5pm, guests at the HP experience area can "Say Yes" to joining the additional activities:

  • The Surf Shop: Grab a coffee or tea at the Tiki Bar and take in all that’s possible with textiles and HP Latex Technology. Throw some printed samples in your swag bag, learn at the substrate tent how HP Latex, which was certified to ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® earlier this year, can be used in a sustainable textile production, and finish up your experience with a photo on our UV printed surfboard in front of the inflatable HP Latex-printed wave. 



  • The Juice Shop: Soak up everything print and cut, PrintOS or customized clothing while sipping on fresh juice from our juice bar. Finally, check out our berry fresh floor graphics, wall decals, wall and floor coverings and more—all provided by our fantastic printers. Before you head into our Business Solutions Center, make sure to get a customized t-shirt or stickers and add them to your swag bag! 



  • Business Solutions: Since it can’t be all play and no work, finish off your tour at the HP Business Solution Center and see the HP Latex 315 Print and Cut Solution, the HP Latex 335 Print and Cut Solution, the HP Latex 365 Printer and HP Latex 560 and HP Latex 570 Printers, which are capable of printing from everything backlits to wallcovering to floor graphics. HP representatives will be waiting to answer any questions you may have on equipment, growth and our reinvented Graphic Solutions Services. Find out how you can take your business to a place where YES is the only answer when it comes to print. 

  • Finally, be sure to stop into our second booth – directly across the aisle from Yesville – and see the rest of the portfolio at the show including the HP Latex 3600 Printer, the HP Latex 1500 Printer, the HP Scitex FB750 Printer and the HP PageWide XL 8000 Printer.

More information about HP digital printing is available at hp.com/go/graphic-arts. Follow HP Graphics on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

About HP

HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. More information about HP Inc. is available at http://www.hp.com.


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