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Learn How to Go Sustainable and Profit at the 2014 SGIA Expo

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Sustainability Zone digs deep into environmentally friendly business practices

Fairfax, Virginia - The 2014 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 22–24) will make you want to put your money on “green” with this year’s Sustainability Zone. Nearly 15 sessions throughout three days will target everything from sustainable business solutions and best practices to energy reduction and steps toward becoming a zero-waste facility, right on the trade show floor.

“Sustainability in the graphics industry is more crictical than ever,” says Marci Kinter, Vice President of Government and Business Information for SGIA. “Learning how to become sustainable is not only beneficial to the environment, but it’s also beneficial to the life of the company.”

Zone sessions taught by industry experts will provide an in-depth look at sustainability practices and how they can affect — and greatly improve — the success of your business. You’ll learn what makes a sustainable print operation, options to stay one step ahead of your customer’s needs and more. Presentations include:

  • Sustainability in the Printing Industry — What does it look like?
  • Recycling in the Real World
  • Return on Investment — Energy Efficiencies
  • Sustainable Innovation in Print Shops
  • Leveraging Sustainability in POP
  • And more

Don’t miss the Sustainability Zone’s featured Case Study — Sustainability Certifications. Hear from real-life industry peers about the benefits of gaining sustainability certifications with the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership Program.

You can bet there’s something for everyone at the 2014 SGIA Expo, and it’s just around the corner.Register for your free pass now and start planning your unforgettable experience.


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