Renowned Industry Speakers Set for SGIA Imaging Symposiums
Press release from the issuing company
Fairfax, Virginia — SGIA’s upcoming Imaging Symposiums feature recognized industry leaders, giving digital imagers a look at a variety of aspects of expanding a wide-format business.
The symposiums, conveniently located in Denver (April 25, 2007) and Atlanta (May 16, 2007), offer networking breaks, allowing attendees the chance to engage in one-on-one chats with speakers and industry colleagues, and make important industry contacts.
With digital experts such as Michael Flippin, Web Consulting; and Patti Williams, IT Strategies; on board, attendees will get the very latest data available on ever-growing digital imaging markets and tips for choosing the best ones to enter right now.
“We’ve pulled together some of the best digital imaging authorities to help specialty imagers understand how they can excel beyond their expectations,” said Dan Marx, SGIA’s Vice President for Markets & Technologies, who will present methods for choosing the right digital imaging equipment to add on to a facility.
Steve Urmano, Mimaki USA, will show digital imagers at both symposiums how to maximize their equipment use and investment, while successful wide-format companies will share their wisdom on seizing new opportunities and building strategies for a bright digital imaging future.
Attendees also will benefit from a discussion on ways to maximize a facility’s production flexibility and tips on adjusting workflow.
Visit SGIA.org/sis to see a detailed symposium schedule and register.
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