With a theme of “Print That Performs,” the Executive Outlook Conference will provide up-to-the-minute economic, technology, and marketing trends updates and forecasts. One highlight of Executive Outlook is the presentation of the Must See Ems “Best of Category” selections of the top technologies to be found on the show floor. Also, the “Positively Print” Award, recognizing the top advertising or promotional campaign that promotes the power of print in today’s media mix will be announced.
Sunday will mark the official opening of the GRAPH EXPO 14 show floor and the start of the educational programming designed to meet the needs of attendees in 12 key market segments: commercial printing, in-plant printing, transactional printing, quick printing, packaging and specialty printing, photo imaging, mailing and fulfillment, book printing and publishing, wide-format printing and imaging, newspaper printing and publishing, marketing and creative services, manufacturing and industrial printing, and media/print buying.
“In today’s graphic communications world, integration has become the name of the game,” said Ralph Nappi, president of the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC). “Ink on paper by itself is no longer enough and graphic communications professionals must learn how the wide array of technologies can be integrated to assure their success today and into the future. The GRAPH EXPO 14 seminar slate offers just such learning opportunities.”
The seminar program will cover a broad range of interests including for: Design/Creative Professionals, Packaging, Commercial Printing, Business/Executive, Marketing/Sales, Future Print, Mailing and Fulfillment, In-Plant/Transactional, Wide Format, and Non-Print Digital Imaging.
For complete information about the GRAPH EXPO 14 seminar program, and to register for the show, visit: www.graphexpo.com.Opens in a new window