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2005 Digital Printing Council Sponsors Enable Research and Education for the Industry

Monday, October 25, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA(October 22, 2004) - The Digital Printing Council (DPC), a premier program of PIA/GATF, is pleased to announce its 2005 sponsors: Adobe, Canon, EFI, Hewlett Packard, International Paper, Kodak Graphic Communications Group, and Xerox. With these sponsorships, the DPC is able to offer objective industry research, education, case studies, white papers, as well as its Designing4Digital multi-media customer education package. "To effectively compete in digital-printing in this current economy, printing and graphic communication companies need a resource, such as the DPC, that can bring them up-to-date on important services that will help build their business and earn bigger profits" says David Torok, president and CEO of Padgett Printing Corporation. Throughout this year, the Digital Printing Council has published a wealth of research and dataóthe Digital Printing Report, a monthly newsletter of industry trends, data, and news edited byFrank Romano; Digital Impact; The Future of Direct Mail and Opportunities in Color Variable Data Printing, two market research studies in partnership with GAMIS; Compensating Your Digital Printing Team,a survey of digital companies conducted by PIA/GATFís Economics Department. In addition, D4D, a free online designerís guide to digital printing, is posted monthly (http://www.gain.net/PIA_GATF/DPC/D4D/main.html ). For information about the Digital Printing Council and its membership package, please contact JoanneN. Vinyard, Director, at (703) 519-8170 orjvinyard@piagatf.org.

 

 

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