PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive member-based graphic arts and printing association in the United States, today announces the launch of a new series of powerful live and local events. As a sign of strong support for meeting the diverse needs of industry print vendors, the first four exclusive events are sponsored by the Indigo division of HP Inc.
âThese events are designed for local print service providers to inform them of current industry trends and opportunities to improve their business operations,â said Mark Subers, President of PRINTING United Alliance Events and Expositions. “The events are unique and highly specialized sessions that combine exemplary training from Alliance subject matter experts with networking opportunities at popular local entertainment venues across the country.”
The inaugural Live and Local event takes place in Minneapolis, Minnesota in conjunction with the Minnesota Vikings NFL game on Sunday, October 3.
âWe are thrilled to partner with PRINTING United Alliance to bring the series of live and local events to fruition,â says Kirk McLean, Managing Director Americas Indigo and Pagewide, HP Inc. âWhile technology is essential to the Executing diversification strategies, understanding the current market and economic trends are more important than ever to keep your business ready to meet market needs.
Fully customizable live and local event experience
The fully customizable PRINTING United Alliance Live and Local event template offers sponsors a complete, packaged meeting including a ‘white glove’ event management service that covers all event logistics. This includes securing subject matter expert presenters, all necessary audiovisual, entertainment, catering, transportation and event spaces, so sponsors can focus on providing customers with their undivided attention.
Participants will hear from PRINTING United Alliance staff and experts on the following topics:
- PRINT of the latest mission-driven programs and resources from United Alliance
- Convergence of industry segmentation
- Business diversification trends and strategies
- State of the industry research and related economics
- Information on the acceleration of analog-to-digital technology
Event presenters include:
- James Martin, Group President, Association, PRINTING United Alliance
- Andy Paparozzi, Chief Economist, PRINTING United Alliance
- Nathan Safran, Vice President, Research, NAPCO Media
- HP representatives highlighting local success stories
To learn more about the series of live and local events, contact Chris Curran, Group President, PRINTING United Alliance, NAPCO Media, at [email protected]