The Wide-Format Summit, a hosted buyer conference, will take place April 20-22, in Austin, Texas. It’s free for printers who qualify.
We spoke with Melissa Ferrari, senior VP, Member Services, SGIA, to understand all of the benefits of becoming a member of the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, the trade organization behind PRINTING United. Here's why you should join!
If you’re looking for another reason why PRINTING United is a can’t miss event, look no further than the intensive workshops taking place on Oct. 22, the day before the show floor opens.
Both are geared toward educating print buyers, marketers, agencies, and designers about digital printing advancements and capabilities.
How convergence in the printing industry led SGIA and NAPCO Media to create PRINTING United and what attendees can expect.
Olga Dorokhina, research coordinator at SGIA, discusses some of the recent findings from a quarterly SGIA Industry Benchmarking Report.
Dan Marx, of SGIA, gives an overview of the nearly 100 wide-ranging educational sessions at PRINTING United in Dallas this October.
Held in Itasca, Ill., it will feature an educational conference schedule and up-close look at the latest digital printing technology.
During the 2018 SGIA Expo that took place Oct. 18-20 in Las Vegas, Dan Johansen, Marketing Manager, Ricoh USA, discussed various opportunities, the idea behind Ricoh's interactive and immersive booth and trends in the industry.
This year, the SGIA Expo heads to Las Vegas, Oct. 18-20, and with more than 70 educational sessions to attend, there is something for everyone! Don't worry, if you haven't registered yet, there's still time.
It will showcase the latest wide-format, direct-to-garment and industrial inkjet printing technologies, applications and opportunities.
In this episode of The Week that Was, we discuss the agreement between Orora Visual and Madden; Plockmatic Group's recent acquisition; a reply to a recently published blog; and Bill Farquharson's 18 reasons to be glad you waited to add digital or inkjet printing.
Dome’s new plant consolidated five facilities and enabled space for new equipment. Owners Tim and Bob Poole explain what prompted that.
Deborah Corn discusses Project Peacock, which inspires agencies, creatives, marketers and brand managers about new print technologies.
Over 250 continuous-feed and sheetfed digital, wide-format signage and graphics, industrial printing and workflow clients will attend.
Bryan Hall, president/CEO of Graphic Visual Solutions and the new chairman at Printing Industries of America, outlines key initiatives.
Ford Bowers, President and CEO, SGIA, discusses the atmosphere at the 2017 SGIA Expo, as the show heads into its last day