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Benny Landa to keynote EFI Connect

September 25, 2012

Landa made headlines at drupa, where he unveiled Nanography and six Landa Nanographic Printing presses.

EFI has announced that Benny Landa, industry pioneer and chairman and CEO of the Landa Group, will participate in a “fireside chat” Q&A session with EFI CEO Guy Gecht at the company’s 14th annual EFI Connect Users Conference, being held from January 15-18, 2013 at The Wynn Las Vegas. Landa made headlines this spring at drupa 2012, where he unveiled Nanography and six Landa Nanographic Printing Presses, the culmination of a decade of research into nanotechnology.

“We are excited that Benny will be joining us at Connect this January,” says EFI CEO Guy Gecht. “As we are preparing for an outstanding Connect, which will be focused on the growth opportunities for our industry, I’m personally very much looking forward to hearing Benny’s insights and unique industry vision.”

“EFI is an industry leader and I look forward to sharing our vision with EFI users on how Nanography can bring digital printing to mainstream applications,” says Landa. The Landa Group was founded by Benny Landa ten years ago, following the acquisition by Hewlett-Packard Company of Indigo B.V., which Landa had founded 25 years earlier.

Connect 2013 will feature open dialogue and idea-exchange. Business leaders worldwide will gather to participate in over 150 educational sessions, receive hands-on experience, discuss industry trends, network with peers, voice their opinions, and learn from others. “Early Bird” registration pricing is available through September 30th. For more information and to register, visit www.efi.com/connect
 

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