The Kanovits Group corporation was established by the Kanovits brothers, Zoltan and Gabor. The companies and services they maintain cover a very special segment of the creative industry, in a broad profile.
He has been in the advertising industry for 16 years.
The first company he created in 2004 called Kanovits Media, which offers outdoor advertising spaces, billboards, bigboards, megaboards and citylights.
To meet the growing demands, it later expanded the range of services with a graphic studio, so that the graphics on the advertising panels could also be made “in-house”; this gives customers a more complete service.
We wrote 2013 when Zoltán Kanovits dreamed of a bold move, moving towards digital printing and bringing to life the first creative printing studio in the country. Shortly afterwards, Xerox became an official partner and opened the brand's only showroom in Slovakia. The printing studio is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, including Xerox Color 1000 and Xerox Iridesse digital printers, as well as laser cutting equipment that allows you to cut and engrave a wide variety of materials. The company launched its webshop in 2016, which offers creative printing products made from special materials and special technology.
Success and international recognition did not take long: when it comes to applying digital printing in practice, Zoltan Kanovits is now almost inevitable. He gave presentations at the Xerox Premier Partner Conferences in Tokyo and many other parts of the world. The success of his work is also confirmed by orders from 27 countries.
He is a photographer who studied with the world-famous Hungarian portrait photographer Martin Szipál, and then taught himself in Budapest for four years. His work has been recognized with several international awards abroad - in 2012, for example, he was among the best in the Emirates Photography Competition photo competition in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, with three portraits. In March 2015, he was elected a member of the London-based Royal Photographic Society, and one of his photographs won the Best Monochrome Photo RPS medal.
He is also a member of the World Association of Hungarian Photographers and the International Association of Photographic Arts (FIAP).
In his studio in Dunaszerdahely, he has been taking top-quality portrait and product photos for more than ten years, with a great emphasis on elaboration and post-production.
It does all this with the most modern, high-end devices available today.