Dates are set and registration is now open for the 7th Annual Print UV Conference. Scheduled to take place March 2-4, 2014 at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, the Print UV 2014 Conference is expected to draw hundreds of attendees and exhibitors from all areas of the UV printing value chain.
“The annual Print UV conference has experienced remarkable growth in the last seven years,” says Hans Ulland of Air Motion Systems AMS UV, the lead organizer of the event. “By keeping topics engaging and focused on what printers have asked for in the UV space, we continue to break new ground with each new annual event."
In its seventh consecutive year, the Print UV 2014 conference will cover topics ranging from business-oriented UV sales and marketing for executives, as well as a thorough exploration of the newest game-changing technologies, including LED UV and High Wavelength UV curing, that are garnering tremendous attention in the graphic arts industry.
Additional topics in the multi-day conference event will include deep dives into the latest UV special effects with inks and coatings, curing on plastic stocks and exotic substrates and a growing group of value-stream technologies, such as digital spot coating, cold foiling and cast-and-cure, as well as perennial favorites such as trouble-shooting every-day UV issues.
“Print UV is one of the best conferences I have attended, and I have attended them all” proclaimed John Giusto of Curtis Packaging. “The conference has no peers in the UV field. If you are currently printing UV or contemplating it, I strongly suggest you attend”.
Early-bird registration rates are available from now until December 31st. To register online, please visit www.printuv.com. Conference registration includes access to all conference sessions, full breakfast and lunch each day, and networking events at the Wynn, one of Las Vegas’ premier destinations. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Print UV 2014 Conference registration now open
Published October 16, 2013
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