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Graphic Imagers Hit the Jackpot at the 2014 SGIA Expo

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Attendees get access to top-notch education and free Zone sessions for their industry

Fairfax, Virginia - The 2014 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 22–24) is only days away, and this year’s show is bigger and better than ever before. Targeted education and events tailor-made to the graphics industry promise to equip attendees with the latest tools and technologies for their businesses.

Starting Wednesday morning, follow the Graphics & Sign Educational Track for classic Expo sessions just for your community. Hear from leading experts on the hottest trends in your sector, with presentations including:

  • Transfer or Direct Dye-Sublimation
    John Selfhout, Klieverik Heli BV
  • New Graphic Screen Technologies That Drive the Profitability of Screen Printing
    Mike Ruff, Mike Ruff Consulting
  • Graphic Technologies to Expand Your Marketplace
    Vince Cahill, VCE Solutions
  • Web-to-Print for Wide-Format Digital Printing
    Rick Mandel, Mandel Company

Don't forget to stop by the sales-free, interactive Zones for free educational sessions and hands-on demonstrations. Get one-on-one facetime with the industry gurus right on the show floor:

  • Color Management & Workflow Solutions Zone
  • Digital Textile Printing Zone
  • Sustainability Zone

Then on Thursday evening, round out your Expo experience with friendly faces and a cold drink at Reception RowThese seven, invitation-only receptions offer unmatched opportunities to meet new contacts and expand your network.

It’s not too late! Request a FREE Expo pass from your favorite exhibitor and plan to attend the greatest specialty imaging trade show of the year.


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