Bryan started his career in broadcast, automating facilities for Discovery Channel, Disney Channel and the BBC amongst others. He then moved into digital signage, founding Inspiration Matters and the Inspired Signage product, used by Barclays, O2 Retail, Heathrow T5 and St Pancras International amongst others. After selling the company to AMX in 2007 he went on to found Silver Curve as a consultancy, working on the M&S digital signage project and for Massey Ferguson and Net a Porter. Their most recent project is the scoreboard refresh at Lord's Cricket Ground, with their stadium product PixelPipe Live.
Silver Curve have recently launched an entry level cloud signage product and are working with dealers in the UK and across Europe through Scansource distribution. It is a perfect product to sell alongside print, with low software rental costs and cheap but highly reliable hardware. Silver Curve see it as a partner for print, where content is frequently updated, and are looking for printshop partners who want to create and manage content for their clients.
02-Nov-2017Centre StagePrint in Retail