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InPrint USA, slated for April 9-11 at the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) in Louisville, has released the InPrint Conference schedule.
Through innovative educational sessions, attendees will discover what’s possible with print within three key applications – packaging, decorative, functional. The InPrint Conference will dedicate each day to one of these applications and provide attendees an agenda featuring industry professionals and exhibitor presentations. Held at the InPrint Theater on the show floor, the conference runs concurrently with the show and is included in the registration fee.
Each day will kick off with a keynote presentation beginning at 10:15 a.m. Dawn Olson, director of client business development in production print/industrial print solutions for Konica Minolta Business Solutions, will present simple rules for setting goals for packaging or label businesses. Olson will open Day One of the InPrint Conference, which will focus on packaging applications.
Presenting the keynote for day two is Kristen Dettoni, founder of Design Pool, an online resource for licensable patterns specific to residential and commercial interior products. Dettoni’s presentation will discuss the ways companies are using print to offer unique experiences and how to capitalize on the print on demand market.
Mark Hanley, president of I.T. Strategies, will provide industry forecasts for packaging, décor and functional applications following the keynotes on Tuesday and Wednesday. A panel discussion moderated by Deborah Corn of Print Media Centr will highlight how commercial printers can incorporate industrial print in their operations for increased revenue opportunities.
Other presentations will be led by industry experts from Kodak, Siegwerk, EPS, Roland, Keypoint Intelligence, Global Inkjet Systems and more. See the full agenda here.
InPrint USA offers visitors the ability to meet with multiple suppliers of industrial print technology all in one place. Show exhibitors understand industry challenges and have the products to keep businesses competitive. Through live demonstrations with new printing products — from machinery, ink and fluids to substrates, print heads and pre-press devices — leading exhibitors will help attendees walk away with firsthand knowledge about how the technology can improve their processes.
Early bird registration ends March 15. To register and reserve a hotel room visit InPrint’s website.
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