As the world of printing evolves, ink manufacturers are having to change along with their customers.
David Savastano, Editor04.11.19
There has been a tremendous evolution in the world of printing and ink, and this year, the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ (NAPIM) 104th Annual Convention emphasized “Succeeding Through Change” as its theme.
The convention, which was held at The Biltmore Miami in Coral Gables, FL from April 5-8, looked at a wide range of topics, from environmental pressures on brand owners and on single-use printing, new regulatory mandates and the concepts behind resiliency and innovation.
April 6 Session
The NAPIM Annual Convention began with a keynote talk by Scott Burrows on “Vision – Mindset – Grit.” Burrows was a star football player at Florida State University who, as a result of a car accident, was diagnosed as a quadriplegic. After six months of intense physical therapy, he progressed further than anyone could have imagined. Through hard work and dedication, he regained some of his abilities.
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