Hear about 3 Unique Digital Adoptions - Thursday, March 16, 11am EST
It is now clear that digital printing plays a key role in today’s label and packaging printing environment, and its presence will only continue to increase as we head into the future. But choosing the right solution for your business is no simple task. Run sizes, applications, job management, pressroom capacity and more all contribute to whether you retrofit existing equipment or invest in a new, complete digital workflow.
During this webinar, you have the opportunity to learn how three different converters have integrated unique inline hybrid solutions to gain a competitive edge. Our speakers will talk you through their digital journey, and explain why they chose a particular digital solution – it is not “one size fits all!"
Keith Mottram, President & CEO, Adcraft Labels
Marco De La Vega, Accounting & Finance Manager, Blair Labeling
Bob Hakman, President/Owner, Diversified Labeling Solutions
Greg Palm, Executive Vice President, Business Development, Mark Andy Inc.
Tom Hammer, Product Manager, North America, Flint Group Packaging & Narrow Web
Ken Langdon, Director of Engineering, WS Packaging Group
When it comes to press acquisition, there’s been something of a paradigm shift in the narrow web label industry. While flexography has long been the dominant print method, digital technology emerged as a competing force, giving converters a choice in technologies. Today, however, in more and more print shops throughout the world, flexo and digital presses are running side by side, giving converter’s added flexibility and increased profits.
Join us on May 28, at 2 PM EST for a FREE webinar, where our panel of experts will delve into what’s driving the “Hybrid Pressroom,” and how having both flexo and digital presses can improve your business.
Doug Bartlett, Director of Graphics, Spear
Jeff Feltz, Director of Business Development, Mark Andy
Filip Weymans, Director, Segment Marketing and Business Development, Xeikon
Now more than ever, retailers are pushing their suppliers to provide sustainable packaging in order to reduce their impact on the environment. While touting a product's eco-friendliness has become a popular marketing tool, questions remain as to the degree of impact these "green" claims have on consumers. Does a sustainable package really motivate a consumer to buy? Which claims resonate the most? Can a sustainability message actually have a negative impact on the consumer?
Join us on August 22, 2013, at 1 PM EST for a FREE webinar, where our panel of sustainability experts will address how consumers view sustainability claims, as well as share their insights into how the drive for eco-friendliness is effecting a package's design, manufacture and position in the retail market.
Suzanne Shelton, CEO, Shelton Group
Paul Earl-Torniainen, Sustainability Manager, General Mills
Eric Cu, Ink Spot.
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