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GPA to Host Free Webinar Designed to Boost Profitability

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – Thinking outside the box is critical for print service providers to succeed in today’s competitive landscape. To tap into today’s most profitable markets, you need a fresh approach, unique ideas and expert insight. On Wednesday, October 30th, GPA will host a free webinar with the Digital Solutions Cooperative (Dscoop) called “Rock it Out with Today’s Hottest Markets & Coolest Substrates,” live from 12:00-1:00 p.m. CDT. It will bring attendees up to speed on today’s fastest growing markets such as higher education and retail, among others, the profitable applications behind them, and the hottest new substrates that make them possible.

Attendees will learn how to capitalize on emerging opportunities in the marketplace, how to create exciting new applications using their existing technology, and technical resources available to help them improve productivity and lower costs. This webinar is geared towards employees involved in HP Indigo print production from all levels, from estimating and production to CEOs and sales.

The featured speakers will be GPA’s Ron Pergande, Director of Digital Media; Greg Kestler, Director of Technical Products – Pressure Sensitive Paper and Synthetic Films; and Mike Blanco, Director of TechnicalServices. Combined, they have over 70 years of industry experience and are eager to share their passion for substrates to help you become more knowledgeable and profitable.

To register for this special webinar, visit www.Dscoop.org/GPAWebinar13. If you cannot attend live, it will be recorded and available after the event.


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