Co-locating with GOA next month are FESPA Americas, the Solutions Event and the cre8 conference. According to George Ryan, GOA president, the convergence of events was orchestrated to expand its offering to a greater audience in the global print market.
GOA provides comprehensive technical and management training to keep attendees keen on new strategies and best practices when reaching out to emerging markets, cultivating new prospects, and deepening relationships with current—and prospective—customers.
Directory of the Printing Industries of America affiliates, including addresses, telephone numbers, Website URLs and key contacts.
Graphic of the Americas (GOA) 2009 in Miami Beach is the place to be for art directors, creative and prepress professionals from Feb. 26 to 28, 2009. The Printing Association of Florida (PAF), GOA host, is partnering with Aquent Graphics Institute (AGI) to offer a state-of-the-art series of educational conferences and tutorials developed specifically for art directors, creative and prepress professionals. Aquent is the world's leading design staffing agency and provider of training, consulting, and support services.
MIAMI BEACH, FL—Traditionally a show that caters to U.S. and Latin American printers, Graphics of the Americas (GOA) took on a more international flavor as 13,000 people from 78 countries gathered at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The 33rd edition of the show, held February 27 to March 1, drew printers, graphic professionals and print buyers to the 250,000-plus square feet of convention space that housed 940 booths and 450 unique vendors. “We turned up the volume this year and made some very positive noise in virtually all areas of the event,” notes George Ryan, president and CEO of the Printing Association of Florida,
MIAMI BEACH, FL—March 18, 2008—Nearly 13,000 attendees from 78 countries converged under the sun to share in the excitement of Graphics of the Americas 2008, held from February 27 through March 1 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. “We turned up the volume this year and made some very positive noise in virtually all areas of the event,” says George Ryan, President and CEO of PAF, host of Graphics of the Americas. “We worked hard to bring a sharpened experience for attendees and exhibitors alike. From enhanced support to dynamic conference sessions, there was an exciting energy that pulsed throughout the show.