Xeikon has announced that it is hosting a Xeikon Café event in Canada. Open to label and packaging printers and converters, this informal knowledge exchange provides a forum for sharing ideas on digital print production with industry experts and peers, and exploring opportunities in the worldwide digital label market.
The Xeikon Café will be held at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto on June 12, 2013, and is a part of a series of such events that Xeikon is holding all throughout the world.
"The worldwide label and packaging industry is experiencing massive changes, and printers and converters who understand and embrace these changes will be best positioned for growth," says Michael Ring, president of Xeikon America, Inc. "The Xeikon Café is a great opportunity for printers and converters to network with experts, and each other, and come away with insights and ideas to make this opportunity profitable for their business."
The Xeikon Café in Toronto will feature presentations from Bob Leahey, associate director for InfoTrends, and Manon Chin, chief operating officer for Labels in Motion, a producer of health and nutraceutical labels.
Participants will gain insights on critical factors for success, including:
- What is the current state of the label printing market and what does the future hold? How does it relate to printers' business goals?
- What do brand owners need from their print providers? Glimpse into actionable findings from InfoTrends' extensive research on what these critical buyers require, and how they decide which print supplier will get their business.
- Which new business strategies and best practices hold the greatest promise? Hear from Labels in Motion on the best practices that are having a positive impact on their business, and helping them exceed customer expectations.