More than 800 people in the digital print community are at Dscoop Edge Rockies, eager to gain new ideas and connections to help their businesses grow. After more than two years apart, the Dscoop community began the 3-day event with spirited applause.
AURORA, CO — Registration topped 800 for Dscoop Edge Rockies, which runs through Tuesday at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center near Denver. The flagship event for the largest digital print community in the world began today with a high level of energy and enthusiasm.
The higher-than-expected attendance number includes owners and employees of more than 350 different companies from 22 countries. About 200 different print service providers are represented.
Dscoop Edge Rockies is an opportunity for all types of industry pros to finally get together in-person to learn, network, grow and have fun. It features 4 keynotes from top-level speakers and 36 education sessions, including ones led by print services providers ready to discuss strategies and tactics with colleagues as well as ones led by HP experts. HP has an extensive presence at the conference. Dscoop Edge Rockies also features 64 solution partners showcasing cutting-edge technology and innovation.
“We’re so thrilled to have the Dscoop community in the same space together — everyone connecting, supporting and sharing in ways that make our group truly special,” says Betsy Davis, Edge Rockies Conference Chair and Dscoop AMS Board member. “Dscoop brings value year-round, but this event is ideal for anyone looking to improve their business, their team or themselves.”
Says Peter van Teeseling, Dscoop’s executive director: “The entire industry is ready to move from adapting to advancing. This is the best place to learn alongside great speakers, familiar and new industry friends, and innovative partners. It’s an experience unlike anything else in the print industry.”
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