Presenters announced and registration now open for Domino’s 2019 Digital Printing Spectrum

Some of the most influential and highly-respected names in the label-printing industry will be presenting, moderating and serving on question-and-answer panel discussions at Domino’s Digital Printing Spectrum 2019. The event will take place May 21 and 22 at the Holiday Inn Gurnee Convention Center in Gurnee, Illinois and will welcome attendees by encouraging them to “See more. Learn more. Do more.Event registration is now open and it’s free to attend – but you MUST register. Please click on this link to register: Digital Printing Spectrum 2019.

Domino’s Digital Printing Spectrum 2019 is where “the widest range of industry experts” will converge to discuss best practices for productivity, efficiency and making money with digital printing. Topics will include: workforce development; hybrid printing; providing brand owners with more value; digital printing today and into the future; and much, much more. Over 25 presenters, moderators, and question-and-answer panel participants will include:

  • Dan Muenzer of TLMI.

    Dan Muenzer – TLMI

  • Kristin Yerecic Scott & Brian Hurst – Yerecic Label
  • Dan Spah – Process Label Systems
  • Kevin Hayes & Joel Schmidt – Outlook Group
  • Scott Fisher – Smyth
  • Simon Gross – CEI
  • Dave Bradish – Orion Labels
  • Mark Turk – International Label & Printing
  • Mark Wegmann – Wegmann Companies
  • Kathleen Scully & Steve Katz – Label & Narrow Web
  • Adam Gray –
  • Mike Gore & Kelly Cart – Discount Labels
  • Chelsea McDougall – Labels & Labeling
  • Chelsea McDougall from Labels & Labeling.

    Tasha Ventimiglia – Labelexpo

  • Nick Van Alstine – Macaran
  • Eric Hoendervangers – MPS
  • Dave McConnon – Meyers
  • Tom Staib – DWS Printing
  • Brian Ludwick & Cory Francer – packagePRINTING
  • David Ellen, Philip Easton, Matt Condon, Patrick LaMourie – Domino

In addition, there will be be tabletop exhibits from leading industry suppliers. To date, 37 companies have already reserved their space. Their technology will cover a wide spectrum of capabilities and offerings within the label-printing industry – including converting & finishing, dies & tooling, material substrates, specialty coatings & sealants, camera/vision/inspection systems, UV curing, software, web cleaners, corona treatment, colour management solutions, and much more. The exhibitors who have reserved their space thus far include:

  • AB Graphic
  • Acpo
  • Actega
  • Acucote
  • Avery Dennison
  • AVT
  • AZTECH Converting Systems
  • Baldwin Vision Systems
  • CEI
  • Delta ModTech
  • Domino
  • FLEXcon
  • GEW
  • Gonderflex
  • Grafotronic
  • Green Bay Packaging Coated Products Operations
  • Hybrid Software
  • Integration Technology
  • Kocher + Beck
  • LabelTraxx
  • Lake Image Systems
  • Martin Automatic
  • MPS
  • Phoseon Technology
  • Polymag Tek
  • QSPAC Industries
  • Rotometrics
  • Spartanics
  • Spinnaker Coating
  • Taghleef Industries
  • Techkon
  • Technicote
  • UPM Raflatac
  • Vetaphone
  • Wausau Coated Products
  • Wikoff Color
  • Wilson Manufacturing Company

For more information please contact Bill Myers, Domino’s Marketing Manager of Digital Print, at Domino is a leading manufacturer and distributor of digital printing and product identification solutions. Celebrating its 41st year in business, the OEM is a global organization with world headquarters in the UK, and North American headquarters in Gurnee, Illinois. Domino has 25 subsidiaries, representation in over 120 countries, and over 2,500 employees worldwide.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.