Slava Apel, CEO of Amazing Print, a Canadian leader in web-to print software and marketing engine technology, will be both a keynote speaker and an exhibitor 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. His topic will be sales – and how to sell printing in this ultra-challenging economy. Other renowned speakers will discuss the Forum’s other three topics –equipment, new technologies and success stories.
Amazing Print CEO Slava Apel
As Chief Executive Officer of Amazing Print, Apel is a frequent international speaker on web-to-print and search-engine marketing. He’s also been voted one of the top 35 Most Influential Canadians in Print. His flagship product eCardBuilder enables printers to turn their websites into profit-building online design studios with over 20 million different images and templates. eCardBuilder also allows a printer’s customers to upload their own files, get instant pricing, or set up corporate accounts.
In fact, since 1997, Apel has led his web-to-print company to successfully facilitate millions of postcard, business card and stationery orders with its breakthrough online storefront and printing technology. Much of the success has come via its suite of web-to-print software applications and software tools that effectively market, drive and close sales for thousands of printing companies, not just in Canada and the USA, but worldwide. You can further explore these technologies at the Amazing Print booth at the Forum. For more information please visit www.amazingprint.com.
Tickets are $20 each
If you order tickets online by Tuesday, September 30, there is a 50% discount. For tickets please call Jenna Lyons at 905-473-9111 or visit www.printcommunity.com.
For booth space inquiries, please call GAM publisher Joe Mulcahy at 1-877-513-3999 or e-mail email@example.com.
Watch for more detailed information over the next few weeks right here and at www.printcommunity.com.