2014 Expo Sponsors Take Center Stage in Las Vegas
Monday, October 20, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
Join us next week for the most anticipated specialty imaging event of the year
Fairfax, Virginia - The 2014 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 22–24) promises a sold-out trade show floor and record-breaking attendance, and it wouldn’t be possible without the partnership of our loyal industry sponsors.
This year’s Platinum sponsors are: AGFA Graphics (Booth #2019); Durst Image Technology US LLC(Booth #401); EFI (Booth #2413), FUJIFILM North America Corporation Graphic Systems Division(Booth #2454); Hewlett Packard Company (Booths #2045, 2059); and Seiko Instruments U.S.A., Inc.(Booth #2849).
Our Gold sponsors are: INX International Ink Co. (Booth #2346); Marabu North America LP (Booth #2747); Mimaki USA Inc. (Booth #3158, 3259); Roland DGA Corporation (Booth #2759); and STAHLS’(Booth #2547).
“SGIA is a valued industry partner that understands our business, knows our customer base and delivers value-add all year long,” said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Marketing at AGFA Graphics North America. “They understand the ever changing needs of the graphic communications industry and offer the resources we need to help our customers prosper.”
“Durst is proud of our long-term commitment to SGIA,” said Brent Moncrief, VP Sales and Marketing at Durst. “The association is a tremendous source of information for the ever evolving world of commercial imaging, and we find that their focus on the latest innovation aligns very well with our direction as a company. We are honored to be a member and sponsor of SGIA.”
“HP is proud to extend our long-standing relationship with SGIA by sponsoring the 2014 Expo,” said Tom Wittenberg, Americas Sign & Display Marketing Segment Manager at Hewlett Packard. “The SGIA Expo provides an excellent opportunity for HP to share its expanded portfolio of innovative products and gives attendees the opportunity to hear from us and see these products up-close. The show’s networking opportunities have made SGIA truly worthwhile in the past and we look forward to further building those relationships this year.”
“The type of people who attend SGIA every year usually have done this homework. They arrive prepared looking for very specific products to help their business flourish,” said Susie Mendelssohn, North America Sales and International Marketing Manager at INX. “By listening to our customers and obtaining feedback each year at the show, we have experienced success by tailoring our product selections. That’s why the SGIA Expo is an enjoyable event to work and one of the main reasons why we continue our sponsorship.”
“STAHLS’ is very pleased to be a sponsor of SGIA 2014”, said Brian McLeod, General Manager at STAHLS’. “The range of exhibitors, the education offered, and the new technology Zones are sure to make an impression on both industry newcomers as well as seasoned professionals. Whether you are focused on textile decoration or the latest in digital production and printing, you will find what you need to grow your business at this show.”
Not only are the 2014 Platinum and Gold Sponsors excited to partner with SGIA, but they also have new products and technologies that they are excited to feature on the show floor.
“SGIA Expo is one of the most important North American events for EFI to reach print professionals, as well as a growing number of commercial printing companies looking to expand into the display graphics market,” according to Ken Hanulec, Vice President of Marketing, EFI Inkjet Solutions. “At this year’s show, attendees will see how they can grow their businesses and profitably benefit from the largest portfolio of LED printing systems, superior-quality imaging made possible with our new 7 pico liter grayscale UltraDrop Technology, the latest advancements in material handling and automation, and our complete, end-to-end inkjet workflow offering on display.”
“We are excited to showcase a new booth experience featuring splashy, saturated indoor graphics produced using the ColorPainter M-64s printer with SX ink,” said Fabrizio Soto, General Manager at Seiko Instruments U.S.A., Inc.
“Marabu North America is happy to be working with both EFI and Burkle to display a complete solution by coating EFI printed samples with our Marashield UV-curable coatings on the Burkle LFC 1600 roller coater,” said Sarah Perkins, Sales and Marketing Coordinator at Seiko.“We’ll also be displaying our Apollo GM6042 Turbo UV LED Printer and we will be laminating DreamScapes wallcovering on our StarLam Liquid Laminator with ClearShield Wall Armor, our Type II Certified liquid coating specifically formulated for wall-covering applications. We’re excited to show these products at the SGIA Expo this year!”
“The SGIA Expo is an exceptional venue showcase for Mimaki USA solutions in the sign and digital, textile and apparel and industrial graphics industries,” said Ken VanHorn, Director, Marketing and Business Development for Mimaki USA. “The recently announced CJV300 featuring advanced cut and print capabilities will make its US debut at the show. We will showcase the new JV300 production eco-solvent printer announced earlier this year, and introduce new solutions visitors won’t want to miss. In addition, we will be participating in the Digital Garment Printing Zone with a full textile workflow — from design to production to finished product.”
“At Roland we are preparing for another great SGIA show,” said Lori Babigian, Marketing Director at Roland. “We look forward to this opportunity to network with industry colleagues and to meet with so many of our dealers and end user customers. You can expect to see new products at the Roland booth this year along with some exciting new Roland Academy education sessions. To make it convenient for our customers we are hosting our end user conference “imagiNATION 2014” at the convention center the day before the show starts.”
Even though the show is just days away, there is still time to register. Request a free Expo pass from your favorite exhibitor and join us in Las Vegas!
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