GOA 2012 Keynote Announced
Monday, January 30, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
George Ryan, president of The Printing Association of Florida's Graphics of the Americas Expo & Conference (GOA), today announces that American Graphics Institute's (AGI) Christopher Smith will present this year's keynote address at GOA 2012. The keynote will take place at GOA on Thursday, March 1 at 9:00 am. GOA is being held March 1 - 3, 2012 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, FL.
Keynote address - Publishing 2012: What it means to be a modern publisher
In Publishing 2012, publishing technology expert Christopher Smith helps attendees gain an understanding of new and emerging devices, tools, and applications that are changing the way content is consumed and delivered. Putting ink on paper is no longer enough, as customers expect to find their favorite content on electronic devices - smart phones, tablets, e-readers, etc. - in addition to print.
This highly informative session, essential for anyone working in the publishing field now, or moving forward, will address topics such as:
Ryan says, "We are very pleased that AGI's Chris Smith will be presenting this year's keynote. His role as president of the American Graphics Institute, coupled with hisexperience supervising the Digital Classroom series, and leadership in other strategic areas; makes his counsel a tremendous asset in our industry."
About the Keynote Presenter
Christopher Smith is president of AGI in Boston, Mass. He is the creator and series editor of the Digital Classroom book series, an imprint of Wiley publishing. He was instrumental in making the series among the first books available in Apple's iBooks store, as well as for Amazon's Kindle, the NOOK, and other e-reading devices.
At AGI, Chris has provided strategic technology consulting to some of the largest catalog, book, magazine, and newspaper publishers. He is the author of more than 10 books on electronic publishing software, including Adobe Creative Suite for Dummies. He has served as a consultant to technology companies including Adobe and Microsoft. Chris studied Journalism at the University of Minnesota, and then worked for Quark prior to joining AGI, where he has worked for more than a decade.
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To register for GOA 2012, or for more information, please visit: www.goa2012.com, or call +1 407-240-8009.
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