Digital Printing for Packaging Webcast Begins Nov. 4

Thursday, October 16, 2003

October 15, 2003 -- "Digital Printing for Packaging," a five-part Internet-based Webcast conference, begins Nov. 4, running on consecutive Tuesdays through Dec. 4, exclusively at www.convertingmagazine.com/dpp Organized by Converting Magazine in partnership with Karstedt Associates, the online Webcast brings industry experts and their insightful presentations directly to the desktop PCs or laptops of converters, package printers and consumer product companies. The six total hours of Webcasts over five consecutive weeks will provide breakthrough technical and marketing knowledge, along with the real-world experiences of today's digital package printers. Converters and their consumer-product company customers will highlight each session. It is an easy and valuable way to get information as it relates to digital printing for packaging. Topics include market segmentation and end-user needs; supply-chain enhancement via digital print for packaging; technical advances in digital-print engines; and in-depth looks at turnkey solutions for labels, flexible packaging, folding cartons, corrugated and POP. Among the industry experts scheduled to speak via the unique online format are Jeff Wettersten, Inland Paperboard & Packaging; Patti Williams, IT Strategies; Bill Leach, Vivid Print Innovations; Paul Ewing, Avecia; and many others. Online access to the Webcast conference, "Digital Printing for Packaging," is available for only $495. Virtual attendees will also receive the entire program and its PowerPoint presentations on CD-ROM after the event. Register now online at www.convertingmagazine.com/dpp or go to www.convertingmagazine.com and click on the "Webcast" banner. Converting Magazine, a Reed Business Information publication based in Oak Brook, IL, is the largest-circulation, most-preferred magazine for the US converting industry. It serves the business and technical information needs of manufacturers and printers of flexible packaging, labels, cartons, corrugated cases, envelopes, business forms and other products.