Slava Apel talks Web-to-Print at this Year's Graphics Canada
Press release from the issuing company
TORONTO, ON November 7, 2007 -- Slava Apel, CEO of Amazing Print (the leading supplier of Web-to-Print software for the printing industry), will be chairing a seminar and Q&A session at this years Graphics Canada tradeshow.
Entitled "Using the Web To Grow Your Business - Web-to-Print Solutions," Mr. Apel will be covering all aspects of how printers can enable their business with Web-to-Print technology.
"I am delighted to have the opportunity to be speaking once again to the Canadian printing community," said Apel. "Canadian printers are well-positioned to become leaders in the industry. I believe that Web-to-Print technology will be a key force in driving this growth."
On November 10th, registered attendees to Graphics Canada will be able to learn from Mr Apel's 10 years of experience in the $20 billion Web-to-Print industry. Some of the key points that will be addressed are:
The 4 types of Web-to-Print solutions that are available.
Case studies of successful business models.
What solution would be the most profitable for your printing business.
How to achieve seamless outsourcing for your technology.
Simple steps to turn your web site into a "24/7" sales representative.
How to web-enable your print shop.
Mr. Apel's seminar is taking place on Saturday, November 10th between 11:00am and 12:00pm.
To register for "Using the Web To Grow Your Business - Web-to-Print Solutions," or to learn more about other seminars that are available at this year's Graphics Canada:
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