Print Media Centr Invites the Industry to Click, Learn, and Connect in Print’s Largest Online Classroom
Print Media Centr is opening up its LinkedIn community to provide the print industry with a unique online learning opportunity by creating the largest online classroom in print history, offering the global audience a much-needed outlet for information gathering and sharing, interaction with key players, and a space to create new partnerships.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent “stay at home” orders have caused industry events and meetings around the world to postpone or cancel, leaving businesses that have spent significant money and time creating information to share with the world without the platform to do so. Print Media Centr is strategically positioned to provide a conduit for education through its independent global social media presence consisting of more than 99,000 approved members in the Print Production Professionals group on LinkedIn, more than 40,000 combined Twitter followers, and many more connections on additional platforms.
Deborah Corn, Principal at Print Media Centr, comments: “We are in uncharted waters and I am certainly sensitive to the emotions that accompany not knowing what the future holds. As a community leader however, it is important that I help to ensure print life goes on and support the business of print in the process.”
She continues: “The best way to do that is to keep information flowing, help printers understand new possibilities available to them, and provide a strategic channel for manufacturers and suppliers to share information about the print technology, products and services they planned to launch at cancelled or postponed industry events. I feel a responsibility to do my part and provide global print professionals with the opportunity to ‘Click. Learn. Connect.’ while we ride out this storm together.”
Request to join Print Production Professionals here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/107023/
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