Endorsed by the CPIA, our premiere Print Community Forum will be held Thursday & Friday, November 13 & 14 at the elegant Le Jardin Conference & Event Centre in Woodbridge, Ontario.
For over 18 years, Graphic Arts Magazine has partnered with industry leaders to bring you the latest news, trends, new products and technology. This fall we have assembled specialists from key sectors of the printing industry to speak at a new future-focused event that will give you useable strategies you can take back to your shop and implement.
You’ll learn how to diversify and grow your business without a substantial investment. Our speakers will discuss proven ways to add value to your printing, reduce costs, improve productivity and boost profits. And, you won’t have to invest hundreds of dollars to benefit.
A great venue
The upscale Le Jardin Conference & Event Centre in Woodbridge, Ontario has been hosting special events for over 25 years. Le Jardin is conveniently located near Pearson International Airport and major highways, and offers complimentary parking.
Learn from the most successful
Today’s printers must be more than “paper and ink” – they must be trusted communications and marketing partners that help their clients’ businesses grow. Success depends on diversifying your business and investing in the value-added ideas and technology to accomplish this. You’ll learn how other successful printers have done this – and more importantly, how you can do this!
Limited seating and exhibitor space available
Seating for this event is limited as is tabletop exhibitor space. We have already confirmed ten exhibitors and are in the process of selecting two speakers for each day. We’ll also hold a special event Thursday evening.
For more information, and to reserve your booth space, please call 1-877-513-3999. For tickets call (905) 473-9111.
Watch for regular show updates regarding speakers, topics and exhibitors at www.printcommunity.com. We’ll also be releasing regular updates on our website (www.graphicartsmag.com), in our weekly Graphic Arts Magazine E-Newsletter, and in our September printed issue.