The conference was originally planned as a live event in Vancouver, Wash., but with the coronavirus showing no signs of abating, the association’s board made the call to hold a virtual event from April 13-15.
In a well-attended virtual conference on Dec. 1, nearly 100 U.K. in-plant managers and suppliers, as well as a handful of U.S. managers, gathered online to discuss how they are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic and share ideas for new services they are implementing.
Automation can save your in-plant considerable time and money, and during the In-plant Forum, Mike Griswold, Printing and Graphics Lead at Tacoma Public Schools, traced his in-plant’s path toward greater workflow automation.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience begins the second week of the 14-day event with a special In-plant Forum. A host of educational sessions, panel discussions, new product demonstrations, and more, are on tap for this special day dedicated to in-plants.
If you haven’t done so yet, registering for Monday’s In-plant Forum may be the smartest thing you do all week. Day six of the PRINTING United Digital Experience will be devoted entirely to in-plants and will feature seven different in-plant managers speaking on a variety of topics.
After being forced to cancel the judging of the In-Print 2020 contest back in March due to the coronavirus, IPI and the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association brought together four in-plant managers on Sept. 23 to judge the contest. They selected 64 Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners.
The PRINTING United Digital Experience, which replaces this year’s in-person expo, will feature 14 days of keynotes, educational programming, and product launches and demonstrations. Here's the agenda.