Graph Expo Attendees to Experience Virtual Reality Session Led by Jimmy Vainstein
Friday, August 12, 2016
Press release from the issuing company
KEARNEY, MO -- The In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) is enthusiastic to announce a truly unparalleled presentation that will be led by Jimmy Vainstein, Senior Project Manager for The World Bank's Printing and Multimedia Services unit, titled "Refresh Your Reality", which will take place at Graph Expo 2016 on Monday, September, 26th, during the luncheon which is being generously co-sponsored by Canon U.S.A., Inc.,Ricoh, Rochester Software Associates and XMPie.
Vainstein's cutting-edge session will discuss how in-plant professionals can use omni-channel technology to guarantee a seamless integration between print and digital media. His presentation will be revolutionary for in-plant facilities that are trying to meet the needs of customers in the modern world of marketing. During his presentation, Vainstein will also include a cutting-edge virtual reality segment. By attending his presentation, attendees will get the insight they need in order to offer their clients technologies that allow content to be magically unlocked by scanning printed pieces with a mobile device.
This can't-miss session is open to everyone attending Graph Expo 2016, and those who plan to attend are strongly encouraged to download Blippar to their mobile device so that they can participate in the session. Following Vainstein's presentation, attendees are invited back to IPMA's booth (#2425) for a truly authentic virtual reality experience.
Vainstein comes to this presentation with a strong background in the graphic communications industry. In his role as Senior Project Manager, he is responsible for driving the Bank's printing operations while exploring cross media technologies and omni-channel solutions. Vainstein earned a Bachelor's in Economics and a Master's in Print Media from Rochester Institute of Technology.
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