HP Indigo Customer Exchange to be held in Las Vegas
Press release from the issuing company
September 15, 2003 -- The annual HP Indigo Customer Exchange (HP ICE) meeting will be held October 24-25 at the Las Vegas Hilton. HP ICE is the largest vender-specific industry users group focused solely on high-end color digital printing.
This year’s meeting will feature a keynote presentation by Rab Govil, president of PODi, focused on variable data applications that are working today and how to sell them to your customers. Additionally, representatives of HP will be on hand to offer a case study of how they have helped sell digital printing solutions into the corporate enterprise environment.
Attendees will also be able to participate in a press operator roundtable, a panel discussion on business development and value-added services, and a full session on substrates and coatings. The meeting will also feature a variable data “show and tell” where members will describe some of their most successful VDP projects.
Additionally, a select group of third party vendors will be exhibiting at the meeting as well as making presentations on the morning of October 25. There are still some openings for interested vendors.
To attend the meeting, you must be an employee of a company that owns an HP Indigo digital press. The meeting cost is $245 for HP ICE members and $395 for non-members. Members pay only $195 for any registrations after their first. Discounted rooms are available at the Las Vegas Hilton for just $99 per night
For further details, go to www.footcom.com and clicking on the ICE logo or call Michael Vinocur, event organizer, at 631-329-9972.
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