InPrint USA, the exhibition of print technology for manufacturing set for April 9-11, 2019 at the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) in Louisville, Kentucky, is launching Ask the Experts where visitors can schedule complimentary consultations with some of the industry’s most accomplished professionals. The Ask the Experts pavilion will be located on the show floor. To register for the tradeshow and schedule a free consultation with one of the InPrint experts, please visit: www.inprintusaexhibition.com. Early-bird discounted registration rates will end March 15. Three experts have been confirmed so far:
Craig T. Reid is the founder of CTR Resources, and has more than three decades of knowledge and experience in graphics and imaging. His past 20 years has been focused on inkjet printing technology – including developing and driving innovative solutions that have helped propel the use of inkjet for more and more print and decoration applications.
- Deborah Corn has over 25 years of experience working in advertising as a print producer. She currently works behind the scenes with printers, suppliers and industry organizations, helping them create meaningful relationships with customers and achieve success with their social-media and content-marketing endeavours.
- John Sillies is the Executive Vice President at Graphic Systems Services (GSS), where he has worked for the past 23 years. He brings 40 years of experience in the graphic arts and printing industry.
Discounted room rates for show attendees are available until Friday, March 15, 2019 – but rooms are selling out quickly, said event organizers. Hotels are located within walking distance of the KICC, as well as restaurant and entertainment venues. InPrint USA is a leading exhibition for emerging technologies across many industrial printing fields – including digital, inkjet, specialty and screen print solutions. Exhibitors from around the world will showcase equipment, technology and services for printing on plastics, metals, woods, glass, ceramics and other substrates “in a personalized and cost-efficient way.”