Inkjet Adoption Fuels Rise of 2014 Inkjet Summit
New for 2014, a commercial printing track included an inkjet user panel that featured, from the left, Dave Gilson, Paul Gardner and Larry Durso.
Courier’s Stephen Franzino (left) and Kevin McVea, of Strategic Content Imaging, discuss high-speed inkjet adoption by book manufacturers.
The one-on-one meetings between Inkjet Summit printer attendees and sponsors provided information sharing and networking opportunities.
All of the leading high-speed production inkjet press manufacturers participated in this year’s Inkjet Summit, including Kodak.
A panel of inkjet users, from left: Dave Johannes, Gene Rauch, Jimmy Vainstein, Bob Radzis, Robert Kolva with (moderator) Mark Michelson.
Jim Hamilton, Group Director, InfoTrends, discusses where inkjet fits within the commercial print space.
Marco Boer, vice president at digital printing consulting firm I.T. Strategies and conference chair of the 2014 Inkjet Summit, discussed direct mail trends and inkjet’s growing relevancy.
Elizabeth Gooding, president of Gooding Communications Group, discussed high-value inkjet pages for transaction printing.
Mary Schilling, of Schilling Inkjet Consulting, discusses the importance of paper in the overall process.
Skip Henk, Xplor International, discusses the exponential growth of production inkjet.
Printing Impressions Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson with Francis McMahon, vice president, marketing, for Canon Solutions America, Production Printing Solutions.