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PRINT COMMUNITY FORUM & TRADESHOW SPEAKER UPDATE: Thad Kubis to discuss generating new business and quality leads

His topic will be “Surviving and Profiting – The Future of Print.” The Founder and Chief Integration Officer at The Institute for Media Convergence will discuss Profit Advocacy, Vertical Marketing, New Business Development, Being Diligent and Lead Generation. This personal and interactive workshop will explore and apply Vertical Marketing, Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) and Integrated … Continue Reading →

Epson unveils SureColor P600 Professional Photo Printer

Epson Canada has released its most advanced 13” photo printer – the Epson SureColor P600. Designed for creative professionals, fine artists and amateur and pro photographers, it combines an advanced MicroPiezo AMC printhead with next-generation Epson UltraChrome HD pigment inks, driven by enhanced AccuPhoto HD imaging technology to produce “exhibition-quality, black-and-white prints with never-before-seen pigment … Continue Reading →

Graphic Whizard to showcase its popular print finishing equipment and other solutions at the Print Community Forum & Tradeshow November 13 and 14, 2014

The Burlington-Ontario-based finishing specialist will be exhibiting at Graphic Arts Magazine’s Print Community Forum & Tradeshow (www.printcommunity.com) November 13 and 14, 2014. The Forum, endorsed by the CPIA, will be held at Le Jardin Conference & Event Centre in Vaughan, a northern suburb of Toronto. Ten renowned speakers will discuss the Forum’s four key topics … Continue Reading →

Colour Innovations to launch premier issue of RE:flex Magazine at special Toronto event tomorrow

The “groundbreaking” large-format publication will feature the work of award-winning designer, artist and illustrator Louis Fishauf, and will be held Thursday, October 30 from 6:30 pm to 10 pm at The Spoke Club, 600 King St. West in Toronto. RE:flex is a “groundbreaking” large-format publication utilizing Colour Innovations’ CIX MetalFX print technology. Conceptually, RE:flex denotes … Continue Reading →