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Stand Out From the Crowd by Presenting at the 2016 SGIA Expo

Friday, December 18, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Now accepting proposals for the most anticipated event in the industry

Fairfax, Virginia – Submit your proposal now to present at the 2016 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, September 14–16)! All SGIA members and SGIA Expo exhibitors from every corner of the industry are invited to send in a session topic. Put yourself out in front of the specialty imaging community and gain powerful visibility while sharing your unique industry insights.

Sessions are selected for inclusion based on relevance/timeliness of the topic, value to the industry and educational balance. All proposals are considered, but only a limited number are accepted. Please note that all proposed educational sessions must be objective and non-commercial in nature, and should focus on increasing knowledge on a particular topic or technique, but not on a specific product or proprietary process.

Deadline for submissions is Friday, January 29, 2016.

Session proposal topics should fall within one or more of SGIA’s comprehensive educational tracks:

  • Graphics & Sign
  • Color Management & Workflow
  • Garment Decoration
  • Industrial Printing
  • Business Management
  • Graphics Installation
  • Printed Electronics

Presentations should be seminar style, 60–75 minutes long, and can take the form of a lecture or panel discussion. Submit your proposal now through our online submission form. Please include:

  • Session title and topic
  • One-paragraph description of session
  • Intended educational track (see above)
  • Full contact information for proposed presenter(s), including: Name, company, mailing address, phone number, email address and intended educational track.

Questions? Contact Dan Marx, SGIA’s Vice President of Markets and Technologies.


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