The education lineup was chosen based on the feedback and goals of Dscoop's community of PSPs, ensuring that the knowledge and skills training are highly targeted, relevant and effective. Sessions will benefit every role – owners, executives, operators, production teams, sales teams, marketing teams, and more.
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“This conference goes way beyond the theoretical — it’s a powerful blend of tactical and technical, designed to prepare entire teams for business growth and the future of the industry,” says Keith Wilmot, CEO of Dscoop. “This is the best place to learn from the fastest-growing PSPs in the industry, and the only place to learn about the newest HP technology months before it’s unveiled anywhere else in North America. The road to drupa goes through Orlando.”
Past attendees asked for more actionable tools and steps to develop their businesses, and Dscoop responded by introducing the Business Growth Academy at Edge Orlando 2020. It features 11 sessions designed for owners, managers, sales reps, and other leaders and team members. The Academy includes a deep-dive Leadership Development track led by former Navy SEAL Commander Rorke Denver.
Business Growth Academy speakers will give attendees candid ways to improve the value of their companies, a diagnostic tool to help them find and keep the right new hires, a custom marketing and social media plan to use right away, and more.
Edge Orlando 2020 will also include 32 sessions covering industry technology and trends in a dedicated track about how to maximize their current technology and take advantage of new opportunities and the latest products from HP and solution partners. Also, the conference will include 30 hands-on labs and technical workshops (double the number from last year), led by expert trainers as part of the Make It Real Hands-On Training track.
“This is a learning, development, collaboration, ideation, and optimization experience unlike anything else in the print industry,” Wilmot says. “We hope to see as many PSPs there as possible as we learn and grow together.”