GAIN to present Direct From drupa with Frank Romano
Press release from the issuing company
Alexandria, Va., April 23, 2004 — From May 6 through 19, the Graphic Arts Information Network (www.GAIN.net) will provide a daily dose of insight, opinion and analysis—Direct from drupa. There will be lots of news from drupa—the two-week international extravaganza held in Germany every four years—perhaps more news than a busy person can handle.
So instead of a news feed from drupa, GAIN will present short, pithy reports on what’s hot, interesting, new, innovative, or weird enough to catch the attention of our intrepid reporter, Frank Romano.
Romano will alert you to the technologies, systems and ideas that will affect the printing industry—and your business. He’ll go beyond just reporting what’s new at drupa and give his insight and analysis. You’ll get an insider’s view on why new innovations will affect you. More than information, you’ll get the knowledge you need to understand larger implications for the future.
Frank Romano, professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, is the author of 35 books, co-author of the International Paper Pocket Pal, contributor to major encyclopedias and dictionaries, and the author of countless articles. He is founder of eight publications, and his columns appear monthly in Electronic Publishing, Print E-Business Report, and the Digital Printing Report. He lectures extensively throughout the United States and Canada, and he has more than 40 years experience in the printing and publishing field.
Visit GAIN at www.gain.net for Direct from drupa, May 6 through 19.
All daily reports will be archived for future reference.
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