Dscoop launches Global Partner Program and names Craig Hath as its Director

dscoophath1-inDscoop, an independent community of HP Graphic Arts business owners and technical professionals who use HP Indigo, Scitex, Latex and PWP equipment, has launched its Global Partner Program that will be led by Craig Hath in his newly created position of Dscoop Global Director, Partner Programs. “Hath joins the organization with a wealth of business and industry knowledge and experience and is someone that can build relationships, as he has done throughout his career,” said John Rogers, Dscoop Global Executive Director, USA.

The Global Partner Program is a year-round initiative offering annual benefits to engage the HP global community, facilitating relationships between partners and Dscoop members in a variety of face-to-face, print and online forums – including Dscoop Phoenix Imagine, that will held March 1-4, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. Imagine, an experiential and fast-paced event, will offer Dscoop partners the ability to expand their reach to a broader audience, including print service providers as well as high-profile successful brands and agencies. Exhibit space in the ‘Solutions Showcase’ is now open. Priority booth selection and space are filling up, said the OEM. To learn more about the opportunities available to partners, please reference the 2016-2017 Global Partner Prospectus.

Craig Hath.
Craig Hath.

“This is a very unique opportunity that I’m delighted to have been chosen for,” said Hath. “I’ve been able to see first-hand the powerful impact of Dscoop on both the business of our member companies and our partners.” Organizations interested in partnering with Dscoop can contact Hath at chath@dscoop.org.

Founded in 2005, Dscoop is an independent global community of over 8,000 members comprising graphic technology business owners and technical professionals who use HP Indigo, Scitex, Latex and PWP technology and related solutions. 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 business.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.