PRINTING United Digital Experience Concludes Three-Week Run
Yesterday’s focus on Digital Textile Printing concluded the 14-day PRINTING United Digital Experience, a virtual event that brought together thousands of participants from all over the world.
The highlight for in-plants was the Nov. 2 In-plant Forum, which featured seven in-plant managers and covered topics ranging from rebuilding operations after COVID-19 and writing five-year strategic plans, to workflow, wide-format and production inkjet printing. This and all 13 other days of programming are available on-demand through January 31, 2021 at digital.printingunited.com.
“The best thing about this being virtual is that more of my team can attend and are really enjoying the sessions,” noted Laura Lockett, director of Sacramento State University Print & Mail.Industry manufacturers and suppliers were similarly excited to support and attend the PRINTING United Digital Experience.
“While we all wish we could be in person at industry events, we are happy to see our industry rally and recognize the importance of getting together virtually to learn about emerging technologies that can help print service providers remain competitive and successful amidst a challenging business environment,” said Francis A. McMahon, executive vice president, Production Print Solutions, Canon Solutions America. “We’ve all adjusted this year and now we are focused on moving forward.”
“Events like PRINTING United have always provided a unique avenue for connecting with customers and our community, and we’re excited to participate in this year’s PRINTING United Digital Experience,” added Heather Poulin, VP of Marketing, Production Printing, Ricoh USA. “Today and always, we want to take the opportunity to showcase how we build long-term alliances and how we move businesses forward to help drive success during, through and after this difficult time. We are here to help them adapt and succeed – and PRINTING United will continue to be a powerful way to demonstrate that commitment.”