Domino releases video preview of its Digital Printing Spectrum during final week of registration

A 90-second video has been created by OEM Domino which gives attendees a preview into some of the excitement they can expect to experience at Domino’s Digital Printing Spectrum 2019 – to be held May 21-22 at the Holiday Inn Gurnee Convention Center in Gurnee, Illinois. To view the video, please click on this link: VIDEO PREVIEW – Digital Printing Spectrum 2019.

The inaugural event will include valuable information from beginning to end as industry experts gather to discuss best practices for boosting productivity and efficiency, making money with digital printing, workforce development and hybrid printing – with a focus on the latest digital label printing technology. With the theme “See more. Learn more. Do more.” the two days will feature a full schedule of events and presentations from more than 25 industry experts, over 40 table-top exhibits, Q&A panel discussions, equipment demonstrations, networking meals, and much much more. This event will also bring together all facets of the industry…a wide range or “spectrum” of industry leaders and companies looking for answers to help their business drive more growth, maximize profits, and increase efficiencies with digital printing.

PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND

This is the last week for registration. For more information, including the list of presenters, Q&A panel discussions, table-top exhibitors and to register, please visit www.dominodigitalprinting.com. To answer any of your questions, please contact Bill Myers at bill.myers@domino-na.com or phone (847) 596-4801. Domino is a leading manufacturer and distributor of digital printing and product-identification solutions. Celebrating its 41st year in business, Domino is a global organization with world headquarters in the UK, and North American headquarters in Gurnee, Illinois. The OEM has 25 subsidiaries, representation in over 120 countries, and over 2,500 employees worldwide.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.