What to expect:
After years of "coming soon" trade show buzz, production inkjet presses are ready to roll out to your shop floor--but are you ready for it?
Both cut-sheet and roll-fed inkjet printing are on a growth trajectory, showing up as one of the top print technology investment plans among printers of all kinds--commercial, publishing, packaging and functional--worldwide (according to the 2017 drupa Global Trends Report). Growth in color inkjet printing volume is higher than flexo and offset and gaining on toner digital printing.
- Are you ready to learn why the entire industry is buzzing about inkjet?
- Are you ready to learn what it takes to develop new business?
- Are you ready to make an investment in new equipment?
- Are you inkjet ready?
Who Should Attend
- Business Owners
- Production Managers
- Marketing Executives
- Sales Excecutives
You Will Learn
- Investment Considerations
- Calculating Costs and ROI
- Evaluating Technology
- Substrates and Ink
- Operations Considerations
Real Business Stories
Each hour of the event will begin with a short documentary-style video shot on location in real printing facilities. These videos will tell the story of production inkjet in the words of six business owners who have invested in the technology.
Don't miss this two-day virtual education experience and online resource center.
Inkjet Ready! aims to take the guess work out of investing in production inkjet technology, one of the fastest growing segments in the printing industry. Wednesday, August 9 and Thursday, August 10, log in to a virtual conference experience from the convenience of your home or office to hear from production inkjet experts and six printing companies that have already taken the plunge into production inkjet!
Day 1 - Wednesday, August 9, 2017 1pm-5pm EST
- Applications and Adoption
- Considerations in Investing in Production Inkjet
- Calculating Ownership Costs and Return on Investment (ROI)
- Evaluating Technology and Format Choices
Day 2 - Thursday, August 10, 2017 1pm-5pm EST
- Substrates and Ink
- Finishing the Job
- Operational Issues
- Transitioning Work to your Inkjet Press