In-plant Events at Graph Expo
Next month in Chicago, printers from all over the world will make their annual pilgrimage to Graph Expo. For those in-plants attending the trade show, IPG has coordinated several opportunities to get together, enjoy a free meal and hear what some of their fellow managers are doing to get ahead.
IPG Editor Bob Neubauer will be there to greet managers and moderate the events, which will include time for attendees to share their challenges and successes, and discuss some of the technologies they have seen on the show floor. The catered in-plant meetings will take place:
- Monday September 29, 9:00 a.m. Breakfast. Room S102 A/B. NAPL Senior Consultant Howie Fenton will explain how benchmarking can turn your in-plant around. Then Canon Solutions America will unveil a new benchmarking tool you can use to produce solid data to help strengthen your in-plant.
- Monday September 29, 12:00 p.m. Lunch. Room S102 A/B. Villanova University’s Michael George will relate how Web-to-print has vastly improved his in-plant, as well as other recent changes he has implemented. Sponsored by Rochester Software Associates.
- Tuesday September 30, 9:00 a.m. Breakfast. Room S102 A/B. Using digital printing to strengthen your in-plant will be the theme of this Xerox-sponsored event, which will feature a panel of in-plant managers talking about their experiences.
Sign up for all three to make the most of your Graph Expo experience. Register here.
These events aren't all that in-plant managers can expect at Graph Expo. The In-plant Printing & Mailing Association will be hosting an In-Plant Lunch & Learn Session on Tuesday, September 30 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Room N426abc.Register here.
Plus there will be several in-plant seminars, including an In-Plant Panel featuring Ron Balderson (Navy Federal Credit Union), Tim Smith (State of Wisconsin) and Staci Hill (Freese and Nichols). It will take place Mon. Sept. 29, 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Find out more about this and other in-plant sessions here. Then watch this video for additional insights.
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