Romancing Print at Ambala on 17 September

By 14 Sep 2018

To add to the knowledge of the printers about the changes taking place in the printing industry, the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) will organise the knowledge seminar ‘Romancing Print’ at Ambala. To be hosted by the Master Printers Association of Ambala with the support of Offset Printers Association, Ludhiana, the daylong seminar will be held on 17 September 2018. The event is supported by Heidelberg India and is powered by HP Indigo.

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The previous edition of Romancing Print 2018 was held in association at Palakkad, Kerala on 24 June 2018

The purpose of this seminar is to encourage printers to ‘love their job’ so that they may work with more enthusiasm, with new vision and with more dedications.

According to AIFMP sources, such seminars will help printers in laying the groundwork for human resource stability and future success. Earlier, AIFMP organised such events only in the metro cities. But when it is observed that the message was not reaching the printers of small cities, it was decided to conduct these knowledge sharing seminars in tire two and three cities.

For the first time such a knowledge seminar is being organised in Haryana. With this, printers from the region will pick up about the innovations and ‘Future Printing’ so as to plan their machines and equipment accordingly.

As per available reports, printers from more than 28 cities of Haryana, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh and New Delhi are likely to participate in the seminar.

Experts like Dr Rajendrakumar Anayath, vice-chancellor, DC University of Science & Tech, Murthal;  Asit Ghosh, renowned motivation and others will be there to guide the printers about the latest innovations and to encourage them to be in romance with printing. 


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