(PRESS RELEASE) GRAPHICS PRO EXPO announces the 2021 schedule for GPX Breakaway, a series of focused online events designed for graphics providers interested in adding print profit centers in a variety of focused and dynamic market segments. Registration for each event is free.
March 24, available on-demand March 25 – April 7
Explore the tools available to make your jobs run more smoothly and efficiently as we take a deep dive into design suites, inventory management, scheduling, RIPs and more.
June 2, available on-demand June 3-16
Dive into the fundamentals of large-format image production, including artwork prep, color management, output and finishing techniques, and printable materials, as well as business opportunities within the market.
June 30, available on-demand July 1-14
This session will address the various production methods available, the almost endless applications and opportunities, how to break into the school market and find customers, and more.Advertisement
August 4, available on-demand August 5-18
Whether it’s wallpaper or floor graphics, furnishings or décor prints, this session will explore the eyes-wide-open approach to selling complete packages.
September 1, available on-demand September 2-15
This event is designed to build and expand attendees’ revenue and profit opportunities in the lucrative custom gift and personalization market for corporations and individuals.
October 20, available on-demand October 21-November 3
Gather ideas about what processes are available, and the apparel you can source at this important time of year when apparel manufacturers are rolling the styles for the New Year.
December 8, available on-demand December 9-22
Navigate through the processes and products needed to expand these personalized solutions, from small-format promotional and personalized products to large-format sublimation on textiles and other substrates.Advertisement
In addition to the live event dates, each GPX Breakaway will be available on-demand for attendees 14 days after the event. Each online event includes interactive Sponsor Showcases, a panel of experts to kick off each event, and a full day of educational presentations with live chat.
Go to graphics-pro-expo.com for more information to learn more about GPX Breakaway, and GRAPHICS PRO EXPO person-to-person events in six cities coast to coast.
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