Roland DG launches the ‘Level Up Lab’ to fuel creativity amongst creators and small print businesses across Europe.

Five countries. Seven creators. Endless opportunities.

Creating unique products, building meaningful brands and fostering a loyal community of customers and followers is a mere day in the life of a print creator and small business owner.

But there has been a fundamental step change in small business ownership – they don’t play small. Small businesses’, mean big business.

Supporting small businesses to play big

At Roland DG, we have always been loud and proud about our support for small businesses. From providing free storefront makeovers for struggling high-street retailers across Europe after Covid-19, to launching our VersaSTUDIO desktop printer series, dedicated to enable hobbyists to turn their passion projects into full-time careers.

To mark the next step in our commitment to supporting creators - both current and next-gen - Roland DG has launched its ‘Level Up Lab, providing a free European training and support programme that helps creators to elevate their creative ideas and customer offering.

Interested in joining our next Level Up Lab?

Register Here

‘Give it to Roland’ Creative Workshop

Hosting the first of many events, creators, and small business owners, turned social influencers, attended this exciting, hands-on workshop.

From designers and illustrators, to Etsy creators and artists, each took part in this jam-packed workshop. Feeling inspired? Check out the video below.

A look behind the Level Up Lab

The creators got the chance to pick their favourite design from their own collection - working with Roland’s printing experts, alongside VersaSTUDIO technology - to create new products for their businesses, including apparel and tech accessories.

We mean it when we say small businesses mean big business, and Roland DG is here to support every step of the way.

If you want to learn how you can level up your businesses, email to confirm your interest for the next Level Up Lab in 2024. But hurry, there’s already a waiting list!