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Card Printing Tips & Advice

Digital ID Acquire Essentra Security

Jonathan Fell, Managing Director of Digital ID Group

Press Release 08/08/19

We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Oxford-based company, Essentra Security, a trading division of Essentra Components. As part of the Components division of Essentra plc, Essentra Security is one of the UK’s most recognised ID card companies specialising in the supply of ID card printers, consumables and accessories to a well-established client base of both end-users and trade customers.

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What are the Risks of Not Issuing Photo ID Cards in Education Facilities?

In recent years, it has become common practice to use ID cards in educational facilities such as schools, colleges and universities but there are still a fair few education establishments across the UK not using ID cards as a security measure.

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Go Green with Digital ID

Understandably, more organisations and those responsible for sourcing products are now being asked to consider eco-friendly options in an attempt to reduce their organisation’s carbon footprint. 

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Digital ID Partner with MyTag

MyTag

Furthering our dedication as a forward thinking company , Digital ID is pleased to announce its new strategic partnership with MyTag.

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Photo ID cards can help you win more business: Here’s how.

Magicard 300 & Photo ID Card

As the saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

When people see or hear the words “Photo ID Cards”, nine times out of ten, people only think of them as a security measure.

But why?

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