Printing United Alliance, producer of the Printing United Digital Experience that replaces this year’s in-person Expo, today announces more details about the event which now runs Oct.26 – Nov.12. The multifaceted online experience spans 14 action-packed days of carefully curated keynotes, educational programming, and worldwide product launches and demonstrations being offered at no charge to attendees, as the industry moves toward recovery in 2021.
Segment-based content sessions that focus on apparel, digital textile, industrial, graphics/wide-format, commercial, packaging, and mailing and fulfillment have already garnered attention from printers around the globe. The platform includes a wealth of information and insight from leading analysts, researchers, subject matter experts, OEMs, and suppliers. This robust combination creates a unique educational experience for printers to best understand the current landscape, optimize recovery, and see the latest technology to drive their businesses forward. In a time when these types of rich experiences have not been possible, Printing United Alliance is mission-driven to ensure it is delivering on its promise to be the go-to place for all things related to printing.
“We have been overwhelmed with the support and engagement from the global community asking to join us in building Printing United’s Digital Experience this October,” says Mark J. Subers, president of Printing United. “In fact, we’ve had so many inquiries on how to participate that we’ve had to shift the original anticipated kickoff on Oct. 5 to accommodate scheduling. The excitement continues to mount as more and more partners sign up to join us for this event. We are looking forward to bringing this industry the best online Expo they will experience in 2020.”
Registration for the event and session details will be announced soon. To become a sponsor for the Printing United Digital Experience, please contact Jack Noonan, VP of Business Development, Printing United Alliance: [email protected].
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