EFI gets set to connect

EFI gets set to connect
Connect 19 will have an Innovation Lab spanning over 9,000sqm and featuring segment-specific solutions

EFI has opened registrations for its 20th-anniversary Connect conference, to take place at the Wynn Las Vegas from January 22 to 25, 2019.
 
The conference will feature plenty of value for New Zealand print professionals with more than 200 sessions on a wide range of relevant topics including MIS/ERP, web-to-print, Fiery and inkjet solutions.
 
Click here to register or go to https://www.efi.com/connect/
 
Megan Bisson, senior regional marketing APAC at EFI, says that Connect gives attendees multiple opportunities to learn more about the latest innovations in the industry and to network with fellow print professionals from around the globe. She says, “Connect 19 offers attendees access to dozens of EFI experts, experienced in industry trends and technologies, plus with last year’s figures showing attendees were from 38 different countries, this is an invaluable event for face-to-face networking and learning opportunities with your peers.”
 
Bill Muir, the company’s new chief executive officer, will host the keynote, joining Joe Popolo, chief executive officer of The Freeman Company, on stage for a fireside chat on experiential marketing and emerging digital strategies.
 
Bisson adds, “Connect 19 delivers an insight into what’s next for the digital printing industry. We will have an Innovation Lab spanning over 9,000sqm and featuring segment-specific solutions for your business. It will be debuting new printers, end to end solutions, hands on software demos, a virtual reality demo centre and our textile and corrugated samples areas. We really hope you join us.”
 
What:        EFI Connect
Where:      Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, USA
When:       January 22-25, 2019
Contact:     https://www.efi.com/connect/

Source: NewZealand Printer

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