When the Texas Association of College & University Printers learned the U.S. print community was coming to Dallas for PRINTING United, members were thrilled. Now the group is inviting all in-plants to its evening social events.
Seats for the three free mealtime educational events In-plant Impressions is hosting at PRINTING United are filling quickly. Already half of the available spots have been filled. The in-plant forums will cover topics like innovative wide-format applications, workflow and promotional product sales. All in-plants are welcome, but registration is required.
Every year that I moderate an ideal panel session at the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference I get some great ideas from the panelists. This year, the session was called "Winning In-plant Ideas” and featured three healthcare in-plant leaders.
During IPMA 2019, the Workflow Family Feud Game brought some smiles while educating the audience on workflow, prepress, Web to print, VDP and output management. It pitted two in-plant "families" against each other to see which was most knowledgeable about workflow.
With Consultant Howie Fenton and IPI Editor Bob Neubauer giving back-to-back presentations on the first day of this week's College & University Print Management Association of Canada (CUPMAC) conference, the event was jam-packed with in-plant best practice advice.
At the annual conference for the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association, six Kodak customers claimed 13 awards, out of a total of 73, recognizing their exceptional print achievement across multiple categories.
The 54th annual Association of College and University Printers conference had the highest attendance in years when it convened in New Haven, Conn., last month.