Graphic Arts the Charlotte Show: New Opportunites for Growth & Profitability
Press release from the issuing company
Charlotte, NC - GRAPHIC ARTS THE CHARLOTTE SHOW, the premier biennial selling and educational event for the graphic communications industry in the Southeastern United States returns to the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, March 13-15, 2003. The upcoming event will focus on providing total solutions for graphic communications professionals, highlighting opportunities to bolster profitability, and augmenting traditional offerings to include ancillary services, such as wide-format inkjet output, digital variable data printing, digital asset management and archiving, document management, fulfillment, and mailing services.
"GRAPHIC ARTS THE CHARLOTTE SHOW offers printing and converting professionals a chance to see what new technologies have developed in the industry, and to quickly get up to speed on the latest tools and techniques to improve efficiency and profitability," noted Regis J. Delmontagne, president of Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC), the show's producer.
Printers and other industry professionals seeking new ways to offer their customers additional value-added services will discover a myriad of opportunities to gather information, see the latest technology operating in front of them, and make comparisons between the widest selection of vendors in the Southeast this year. Deciding what to purchase from among the 250 expected exhibitors spread over 70,000 square feet of exhibit space may be the hardest decision visitors have to make this Spring, but there will be no shortage of vendors from which to choose.
In addition to the vast array of exhibitors, GRAPHIC ARTS THE CHARLOTTE SHOW offers attendees an incredible educational opportunity, through seminar sessions provided by the Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA). PICA and GASC have gathered together a stellar group of industry experts, consultants, and top technical gurus to present the latest tips and techniques for increasing proficiency, efficiency, productivity, and profitability in the graphic arts industry. With over 60 seminars to
choose from, attendees will have ample opportunity to get exactly the information they need to accelerate their professional development. Topics include workflow management, PDF, color management, and other cutting-edge subjects.
Networking opportunities are always a key component to this show and the coming event is no exception with special presentations, product demonstrations, seminars, receptions and other opportunities on and off the show floor. With 15,000 graphic arts professionals expected, attendees can get their questions to just about any business challenge answered from a variety of sources.
For more information on GRAPHIC ARTS THE CHARLOTTE SHOW, visit the show's web site at www.charlotteshow.com. Details about all programs and events, seminars, exhibits, online registration, and other information will be added as the show gets closer.
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