The IDentiBlog

This week at IDentilam HQ

It’s a busy week for us here at IDentilam HQ. Members of the team are onsite in Berlin as we speak providing a badging service for a large conference. We are then driving straight to Newbury showground for the Showman’s Show on the 23rd and 24th October. Come along and see us at stand 16 in the…

Ask the Expert- Accurate Logo reproduction onto event badges

As well as a badge being a way of identifying someone, it’s also a chance to get your event logo or company brand promoted. Therefore, clearly representing your brand is important and this is something we hear a lot; “How can we get accurate reproduction of corporate and sponsors logos and images onto badges?” Well,…

Choosing the right lanyard for your conference and events

Choosing a lanyard which is suitable for your needs – whether it’s for staff ID cards or an event, isn’t always as straight forward as you may think. Do you need a safety breakaway? How many colours can be printed? Or how quickly are they needed? These are just a few things that need to…

Badges on the Web

Security is a word that I constantly see when watching the news or reading the papers – it’s everywhere from CCTV cameras to ID cards but why is it so important? Well the most obvious answer (as defined in the dictionary) is to create the “state of being or feeling secure”. Interestingly the second definition is…

A problem solved for your event badges

Online forums are great for the conference and events industry; you can share things of common interest, have conversations and debates and so on, but helpfully they also offer tips and tricks of the trade. So as I was browsing through one the other day, I came across one about the disadvantages of using Word…

Meet the Team- Martin Wright

Martin is one of the longest standing members of the IDentilam team. He originally joined in 1988 where his role was to manufacture plastic heat-seal pouches for contracts such as Norwegian and Estonian driving licences! With the improvement in technology and the birth of ComPic and our other software solutions, Martin is now Head of…

The Events Industry’s Olympic Legacy

This time last year we were winding down from the Olympics. I had mixed emotions about the closing ceremony; I felt the euphoria of the British Athletes performing so well, but also the sadness that this great event had to end. I keep hearing in the media the words “Olympic 2012 Legacy”. To quote Boris…