Dscoop opens registration for Dscoop Phoenix, Imagine Conference in 2017

dscoopregistration-inDscoop, an independent global community of graphic technology business owners and technical professionals who use HP Indigo, Scitex, Latex and PWP technology and related solutions (and the largest digital printing user group in the graphics industry), has announced that registration for Dscoop Phoenix, Imagine is officially open at www.DscoopPhoenix.org. The conference, to be held March 1 – 4, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona, is open to all HP graphics solutions users. Focused primarily on how end-users are using print, Dscoop Imagine brings together the Dscoop community, high-profile successful brands and award-winning creative agencies. Dscoop members, industry leaders and partners will attend “fast-paced experiences that educate on innovative digital marketing technologies, inspire new business processes and cultivate a peer network.”

dscoopregistration1-in“This year, the conference includes the entire Dscoop communications eco-system,” said Kathy Wise, Dscoop board member and President of DME Holdings.” The sessions will be delivered by industry disruptors and creative leaders transforming their processes, campaigns and ROI through the use of digital print. A vibrant Solutions Showcase will provide opportunities to collaborate and learn with Dscoop partners demonstrating the latest in equipment and solutions.” Conference registration, as well as opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors, can also be found at www.DscoopPhoenix.org. Participants can save $400 (USD) via an early-bird conference registration rate through to November 30, 2016.

Founded in 2005, Dscoop is focused on growing the digital print industry through year-round continuing education, online forums, and local and regional events. Through its conferences and programs, members have the opportunity to interact with peers, learn and elevate best practices, and build partnerships, alliances and relationships that positively impact their businesses.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.