Three new sponsors have been added to the list for the first annual dotgain.org Conference, which will be held at the King's Fund, London on Tuesday 30th November 2010.
The latest companies to confirm their sponsorship for this flagship industry event and join initial sponsor Kodak are: colour print management software specialist EFI, software technology specialists GMC and brand management software specialist, Storepoint International.
With just a week left to go until the conference, dotgain.org has revealed that there has been a significant uptake in demand for places to the one day event. The conference will feature speakers and sessions to bring printers up to speed on all aspects of the latest technologies impacting on and complementing the print business. By embracing these new technologies, they will be able to transform their business into a full communications services provider - with potentially huge earnings uplift.
Keynote speaker at the conference will be Richard Romano, who was the subject of a recent interview with leading industry title PrintWeek. Richard will open the conference by discussing the content of his pivotal book, 'Disrupting the Future'. The book confirms what dotgain.org is all about - the print world is changing. To evolve, printers must adopt the digital changes. These are not obstacles but opportunities for growth.
As an expert and acclaimed author, Richard will discuss why the old business advice and common wisdom that guided the industry for decades is now out of context. After years of study, he has developed a new set of guidelines, advice and "uncommon wisdom."
The dotgain.org Conference will focus on three themes: Innovation, Application and Harnessing New Media - across nine sessions and including an interactive panel forum on cross-media and its impact on print.
- Cross Media Marketing
- Mobile to Print
- Personalised Books
- Web to Print
- Data Management
- New Media
Harnessing New Media
- Social Media
The cost to attend the conference is £195 for dotgain.org & BPIF members and £295 for non-members.