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Idealliance to host Free G7 Summit at SGIA, Atlanta

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Alexandria, VA – With hundreds of specialty graphic companies benefiting from its G7 methodology, Idealliance has announced the hosting of a G7 Summit educational seminar at the premier specialty graphic imaging trade show, SGIA, being held in Atlanta, November 4-6, 2015. The G7 Summit will be conducted on Friday, November 6 from 9AM to Noon and is free of charge with advanced registration required at www.idealliance.org/G7sgia.

“Not just for offset, G7 is a proven, profitable, and useful methodology for the specialty graphics industry,” commented Steve Bonoff, Executive Vice President at Idealliance. “We’ve crafted this seminar to address the unique challenges of controlling color consistency in wide format and specialty print processes, devices, and substrates.”

With more than 1,100 print service providers qualified in its G7 Master program, from 17 countries around the world, the Idealliance G7 methodology is used by the world’s leading print service providers seeking a consistent proof-to-press match. G7 Summit topics will include:

  • Shades of Gray: How G7 is Shaking Up the World of Print
  • G7: Taking Control of Wide Format Print
  • The Hidden Cost of Poor Color Management
  • G7 for Paper & Packaging With Screen Printing in CMYK
  • Using G7 as a Sales Tool
  • Measuring Difficult Substrates for G7 and Beyond…
  • Stop the Finger Pointing! Two Steps to Fixing Print Problems

Register at www.idealliance.org/G7sgia or call 703-837-1070, or email registrar@idealliance.org with questions.


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