Basketball legend and international business leader Earvin “Magic” Johnson will deliver the main keynote at this year’s edition of the Dscoop Edge, designed to help forward-thinking printers worldwide learn, connect and grow.
The NBA legend will share his thoughts on teamwork and leadership during Dscoop’s flagship conference, set for May 7-10 at the America’s Center in downtown St. Louis.
Each year, this event unites print professionals worldwide who want to learn new strategies, discover new tools and technologies, meet new partners, and have fun together.
Everything about the Dscoop, from “Magic” Johnson to member-led panel discussions and a redesigned Solutions Showcase that embodies the innovation and can-do spirit of the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, is designed to bring maximum value to attendees and partners.
The conference is an opportunity for anyone looking to improve their business, team, or themselves. Keynotes, education sessions, networking time and the famous Dscoop Party, are all part of that value.
“The Dscoop global community keeps growing, and it’s a testament to the amazing energy level, optimism and idea-sharing of our members across the world,” said Peter van Teeseling, Dscoop’s executive director. “This is a community of print mavericks, and there’s nothing quite like the energy of everyone gathering in person. We also look forward to welcoming many first-time attendees looking to advance their business or career with digital print.”
The Solutions Showcase will feature HP and other partners bringing equipment, showcasing business-building technology and discussing new market opportunities.
“So many of our customers around the world are involved in Dscoop not just to learn how to get the most value from their HP Indigo and HP PageWide technology, but also because of what they can learn from each other,” said Haim Levit, senior vice president and general manager, HP Industrial Print. “Dscoop is the most powerful network in print, and I am looking forward to the conference so we can listen to real-time feedback from our customers and better understand how HP can help them grow. I’m excited that HP will have a major presence in St Louis this year.”
Full descriptions of education sessions will be published soon. Planned education tracks include sales and marketing, business, automation, operations and sustainability.
Registration is now open for the May 7-10 conference. The event’s website includes hotel and travel information, the schedule at-a-glance and more.
Local representatives from Currie Group and HP will be in attendance and arranging site visits.