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SGIA Expo Education targets emerging trends & technologies

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfax, Virginia - The 2010 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 13–15) offers the most comprehensive lineup of educational sessions focused on the broadest range of innovative technologies and techniques for specialty imagers. In addition, SGIA has mapped out several customized tracks tailored to each sector of the industry to help you best identify which sessions meet your company's needs.

"We've developed an educational program that targets critical market strategies so companies can stay ahead of the competition," said Dan Marx, SGIA's Vice President of Markets and Technologies. "The online session planner is a great way to quickly choose the sessions you want to attend so you can maximize your time at the Expo."

Graphics & Sign Track: From traditional printing applications to signage, this track caters to graphics producers of all ability levels. Session topics include pricing accuracy, color management, digital textile technology and more.

Garment Decoration Track: Discover everything you need to know about garment decoration, including sustainable practices, pricing accuracy, dye-sublimation and digital workflow.

Industrial Application Track: High-level sessions about digitally-printed electronics, long-term age testing and ink deposition gives you the right tools to gain a competitive edge in the industrial industry.

Graphics Installation Track: Designed to bring strong benefits to graphics installers and their clients, this track addresses the needs of the community, partnerships between installers and graphics producers, and ensuring project success.

Business Management Track: Once imagers have mastered their trade, they can learn the skills they need to run a successful business. Seminars will focus on industry trends, environmental marketing, print sales success and more.

Plan your perfect educational experience now by using SGIA's recommended session tracks. And don't forget to register for a free Expo pass by September 10, 2010.