Ask the Experts
PRINTING United Alliance presents Ask the Experts—an exclusive members-only webinar series featuring industry expert Alliance staff delivering timely and relevant content. Each webinar has been carefully curated to help Alliance members through specific hurdles that they will encounter in operating printing businesses, including art-preparation, production, training staff, navigating relevant legislation, and human resource issues.
Upcoming Ask the Experts Webinars
Ask the Experts webinars are a members-only resource and broadcast online beginning at 2:00 pm EST. Alliance members should look for special registration links in members-only email communications. If you missed the invite, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to have it re-sent to you. Non-members interested in attending an Ask the Experts webinar should contact membership at email@example.com.
Taming the Dragon of Color Gamuts
All color printing systems have their respective color gamut, or range of reproducible colors. Some systems, especially inkjet, have very large color gamuts as compared to other CMYK printing systems. But just because a device has a large color gamut doesn’t mean you will be successful with color …
Flexibility is Key for the Modern Workforce
Labor pressures in the printing industry predated the pandemic and will continue long into the future. Recruiting and retaining your w workforce means embracing flexibility. Adriane Harrison will share strategies for making your workplace more flexible and making your company an employer of choice.
Expanded Gamut Printing and the Not-So-Well- Known Benefit
Expanded gamut printing is a fairly well-developed technology at this point and has been adopted by many printers, especially in the package arena.
Sustainability In Action: Case Studies from the Industry
Sustainability in business operations continues to gain momentum. Operating sustainably impacts customer relations, your workforce, as well as the overall community in which you operate. Increasingly, sustainability is becoming a cornerstone of strong printing operations.