Experts from the Ghent PDF Workgroup Speak at Special Session
Press release from the issuing company
Madrid, Spain -- Ghent PDF Workgroup (GWG) member experts representing Europe and the United States last week addressed printing business leaders in Spain at a special session held by the Madrid Chamber of Commerce. The speakers discussed the various ways printers, prepress, designers, publishers, and brand owners in their countries are dealing with the current economic situation.
The GWG is one of the world's most respected graphic arts best practice organizations. GWG members who spoke at the Madrid event included:
GWG Chair - David Zwang, Zwang & Company, IPA (United States)
GWG Vice Chair - David van Driessche, Enfocus (Belgium)
GWG Member - Menno Mooij, ISI Publishing (Netherlands)
GWG Member - Pascale Ginguené, Screen Angel (France)
GWG Documentation Officer - Peter Kleinheider, callas software (Austria & Germany)
GWG Member - Hanne Josefsen, rotasjon.no (Norway)
Each of the GWG speakers presented the state of the printing industry in their respective countries.
"We were very pleased to be able to share our individual and collective experiences in navigating the challenging environments that we all face in the print industry today at the Madrid Chamber of Commerce event. The GWG's mission is to transcend borders and work together to develop common best practices that help to improve graphic arts workflows and foster business success," said Zwang.
The GWG also convened on May 7 and 8 in Madrid for its quarterly member meeting co-hosted by the Madrid Print and Media Cluster and Madrid Printing Association (AGM).
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