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SGIA Reveals 2015 Webinar Series for the Graphics Industry

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Educational sessions present new tricks, trends and business strategies

Fairfax, Virginia - SGIA has announced the Webinar lineup for the coming year, with free sessions covering nearly all aspects of the graphics community. 

From printing and color matching to vehicle installation and best business practices, these online Webinars offer innovative insight taught by leaders in the industry. Sessions include:

  • Web-to-Print for Wide-Format Digital Printing — January 7
  • Your Color Toolbox: Solving Process Control Problems — January 21
  • Dye Sublimation for Industrial Manufacturing Applications — January 28
  • Best Practices from the Most Profitable Digital Printing Companies — February 11
  • Restyling vs. Wrapping: A Whole New Mindset for Automotive Color Change — February 18
  • CRM: What is It, and What are Your Options? — February 25
  • Designing for Successful Vehicle Wraps — March 18
  • Buying Behavior Explained: How to Keep Customers Coming Back — March 25
  • Digital Textile Printing: Technology, Processing & Testing — April 1
  • Measurement: The SGIA Industry Survey Report — April 8
  • Hazard Communication Standard: What Now? — April 15
  • Keep a River of Cash Flowing Through Your Business — April 22
  • Interior Office Graphics: A Great Opportunity — May 6
  • Avoid the Sticky Mess: Easy to Install and Remove Graphics That Look Great! — May 13
  • Top 10 Color Management Mistakes You Probably Make in Your Shop — May 20
  • Return on Investment: Energy Efficiencies — June 10
  • Quality Management Systems for Industrial/Technical Printing — June 17

Webinars are 60 minutes long, beginning at 2:00 pm ET. Register now for one (or more!) to gain critical knowledge to bring back to your business.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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