Ryerson calls for registrations for its Challenging The Status Quo event August 26

ryersonindustryday-inThe printing industry in Canada is constantly evolving and it’s important to stay on top of key trends and new ideas. To help commercial printers and other industry professionals do this, Ryerson University in downtown Toronto is hosting Industry Day, a day of workshops that provide vital information to members of the printing and graphic arts industry. The inaugural Challenging The Status Quo Industry Day event (as part of the annual International iarigai Conference) will provide relevant, practical seminars designed to be immediately actionable. You should attend if you identify with any of the following issues:

  • You and your colleagues are constantly struggling to keep up with emails.
  • You want to understand what exactly “Big Data” means and how you can leverage it in your business.
  • You would benefit from fresh, new marketing ideas that help you support your current and future sales efforts.

ryersonindustryday1-inThe event’s ticket price includes a morning full of workshops, a “Highlights from drupa” session, refreshments and lunch. Your ticket also includes a keynote address about integrating audio in printing, as well as an afternoon of academic conference sessions about printing quality, manufacturing and 3D printing. “You’ll leave this event excited to bring new ideas back to your company,” organizers added. “If you work in a printing company, marketing firm, advertising agency, or in a print or communications role in any other industry, this event is also ideal for you.”

ryersonindustryday2-inHosted by Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management and the Print Media Research Centre, the first-ever Challenging The Status Quo Industry Day event takes place Friday, August 26 from 9 am to 5 pm at Ryerson University, 125 Bond Street in downtown Toronto. Please visit www.iarigaitoronto.com to register and and find out more.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.