SGIA Expo to stage several new events

sgianewevents-inThe Specialty Graphic Imaging Association’s 2015 SGIA Expo will take place in Atlanta, Georgia November 4 to 6 and will offer visitors “the unparalleled chance to experience the hottest technology, the hottest markets and the hottest opportunities. This dynamic show, in one of the East Coast’s most dynamic cities, is where leading imaging professionals will showcase their best products, methodologies and innovative applications.”

Exhibitors will showcase the latest on signs and wide-format printing, digital imaging, screen printing, digital signage, finishing, textiles, decals, outdoor advertising, fleet and vehicle graphics, fine art, textile finishing, soft signage, industrial printing, printed electronics, membrane switches and much more. In addition to the show’s Printing Electronics Symposium, Wide Format 101, Vehicle Wrap Training, Wrap Like a Pro and Extreme Vehicle Wrapping events, there are many new show features. These include:

sgianewevents1-inExpo Dream Teams

SGIA has brought together the ultimate leaders in specialty imaging to form the all-new “Dream Teams,” where expert panelists will convene to tackle the industry’s most pressing topics.

Inaugural Industrial Printing Symposium

The industrial printing sector continues to develop and grow, offering strong opportunities for companies serving this sector (or looking for new directions). This day-and-a-half, first-of-its-kind symposium will provide a unique view into the technologies used for industrial imaging, developments that are profoundly changing industrial print, vertical markets, application opportunities, production strategies and more.

Printed Electronics Master Class

Attendees will leave this class with a summary of markets and opportunities for Printed Electronics, an understanding of print processes and key indicators for capabilities, and the ability to recognize where business strategies and supply chains will integrate with this exciting new field of printing.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.