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iSys Label & Collaborators to Conduct Free Educational Presentations About Short Run Digital Labels at Graphics of the Americas (GOA)

Monday, January 26, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Calgary, Alberta, Canada – iSys Label, Canadian developer and manufacturer of short to mid run digital label printers, is pleased to announce they will be presenting free educational seminars on “short run digital label printing” at Graphics of the Americas (GOA) being held February 26-28, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, FL.

Located in booth #160, iSys Label, along with their collaborators Avery Dennison, UniNet, Kompac Technologies and IntoPrint Technologies, will present on the various aspects of “Short Run Digital Label Printing.” These presentations will last for 20-30 minutes, in both English and Spanish, and cover all facets of the short run digital label market – from substrates and offline finishing to the upcoming trends in the digital label market space. Additionally, there will be live demonstrations of the different types of equipment and the opportunity to talk to the experts.

Mark Hopkins, President of iSys Label, says “we’re excited for the opportunity to present at Graphics of the Americas. With over 20 years in the print industry, I look forward to passing on my knowledge to those already in the short run digital label market, and those looking to enter it. The ability to relay our knowledge to people in the industry will further educate and unlock the value of digital print systems in today’s world.”


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