FAIRFAX, VA–Such hot button topics as "New Developments in Durable Outdoor Signage" are still being added to Education Program for the Digital Printing & Imaging Association's DPI Conference — St. Louis, which opens Wednesday, October 30 and continues through November 2, 2002 at The America's Center in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Here’s a description of the latest "by popular demand" seminar:
New Developments in Durable Outdoor Signage
– Roseanne Miske (Encad, Inc., San Diego, CA)
Friday, November 2 9:00 am to 10:30 am
Vendor Session / Audience: Intermediate-Advanced
This insightful session will articulate the new developments in durable outdoor signage printing technology and investigates the money-making, alternative application solutions that are not available to sign makers today. The session will discuss new Encad value propositions that include printers, ink, media and software that give sign makers a competitive advantage for their businesses. Think durable outdoor signage! Think accepting jobs you couldn’t before! Think tremendous return-on-investment opportunities!
The DPI Conference — St. Louis will deliver leading-edge programming in all areas of the complex and sophisticated large format digital graphics industry during this four-day educational conference.
Other ‘hot button’ topics include: Applications for electronic display systems, analysis of the markets in China and Europe, "where’s the money" in digital textiles, and strategic marketing via Web site. Panel sessions cover the state of the digital imaging industry from the manufacturers’ point of view and a look at flatbed inkjet printers – from graphic producers who are current flatbed users.
The DPI Conference — St. Louis takes place concurrently with SGIA '02: The Imaging Technology Show.
Register for the DPI Conference — St. Louis online at the DPI Web site, www.dpia.org, or call 866.374.1374 (USA & Canada) or 703.359.1328 (Internationally). You may register on-line or download a registration form. Housing information is also posted currently. Or you may contact DPI headquarters, telephone: 703.385.1339, fax: 703.359.1336, or E-mail: [email protected]