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Printing Industries of America’s Julie Shaffer to Present Two Seminars at GRAPH EXPO 15

Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Printing Industries of America (PIA) is pleased to announce that Julie Shaffer, Vice President, Digital Strategies, will present two sessions, Print FUTURE SHOCK: Interactive, Integrated—Even ELECTRIC! and 3D for Commercial Printers: Your NEXT Print Profit Pathway! at GRAPH EXPO 15, September 13–16, in Chicago.

Julie joined Printing Industries of America in May 2000. As part of the executive management group, Julie manages Internet communications and PIA Conferences and education initiatives, including the Integrated Learning Center. Julie has served as a PIA industry expert on topics such as digital file prep, prepress productions, web-to-print, social media, digital printing, and integrated media.

Julie’s seminars will be particularly beneficial to business owners, CTOs, CFOs, production managers, operation managers, sales managers, technology specialists, project managers, business development professionals, and designers.

Print FUTURE SHOCK: Interactive, Integrated—Even Electric!
Monday, September 14, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
At this session, Julie will teach attendees how print can be just as interactive as any electronic-based media. She will introduce new, entirely available technologies that mash print and digital communications. Topics being discussed include when and where RFID and NFC applications make sense, how interactive and print displays work best together, what resources it takes to get started with interactive media, and more. Attendees will have the chance to interact with many examples during the session.

3D for Commercial printers: Your NEXT Print Profit Pathway!
Tuesday, September 15, 2:00-3:30 p.m.
As the 3D print (also known as additive manufacturing or rapid prototyping) market continues to exceed all expectations in terms of sales and product development, should commercial printers join in on the trend? Julie will help you make decisions as she discusses the status of the 3D printing/additive manufacturing industry, what’s going on in the consumer market, what it takes to get the operation up and running, and much more.

Printing Industries of America will be at booth #3802 with a rotating panel of experts, industry resources, and exciting giveaways. For a full schedule of Printing Industries of America seminars at GRAPH EXPO 15, visit printing.org/graphexpo.

 

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