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NPES Print Business Outlook Conference 2017 on 16 December

13 October 2017

NPES (USA) The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies and The Bombay Master Printers' Association (BMPA) will host the 2017 Print Business Outlook Conference on 16 December 2017 at The Lalit, Mumbai. The theme of the conference will be ‘What’s Next?’

fb-img-1500541203113 Audience at a previous NPES Print Business Outlook Conference

Vinod Vittoba, director, NPES India, said, “The conference is designed to facilitate exchange of information and ideas. The conference mingles both industry service providers and vendors attendees at the highest levels of management. Participants will gain tremendous value and best practices for running their businesses from such a mix of expertise, experience and perspectives.”

Vittoba said particular emphasis has been laid on real-world applications and ‘how-to’ advice. “Participants will gain immensely from a good mix of general and breakout sessions, variety of topics and the numerous opportunities for meeting new folks, hearing new ideas and gaining new confidence to continue business practices,” he added.

Major Indian printing associations like BMPA, AIFMP, MMS and IPAMA will come together to help companies share their experiences and challenges related to the graphic communications industry today.

This conference is a must-attend event focused on a full day of education and networking for developing invaluable cooperation, partnership and exchange with the Who's Who. This print conference will raise and debate critical issues facing our industry. With over 200 printers, publishers, manufacturers and suppliers in attendance, you will have more than enough opportunities to interact, mingle, and network with your target audience.

In the daylong conference, Nikhil Kaushik, co-founder of Graviky Labs, will speak on ‘Can We Turn Air Pollution into Printer Ink?’; Robert Hernandez, associate professor of professional practice, USC Annenberg School of Journalism will talk on ‘The future of Augmented Reality in Print and Journalism’; Yoshinori Koide, executive general manager, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India and A Appadurai, country manager - India & Sri Lanka, HP Indigo & Inkjet Presses will share their views on ‘Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Print for Packaging’; Snehasis Roy, director – Technical, Times of India, will speak on ‘Print Production Problems Keeping You Up at Night?’; Jeff Protheroe, VP Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Aleyant Solutions LLC will speak on ‘How to Survive in an Age of Changing Technology’; Raymond Duval, Director, Ultimate TechnoGraphics will talk about ‘Optimising and Automating Photobook and Photo Print Production’; Robert McCurdy, President, GTI Graphic Technology will shares views on ‘Are you and your customers seeing the same colours? Why you should use standard colour viewing conditions’; Vikrant Mathur, Director Nielsen Book India and Asia Pacific will speak on Indian books market and Nick Gerovac, sales and marketing director, VITS International will take care of interactive Q&A session.

Besides these, there will be a panel discussion also in the conference, moderated by Faheem Agboatwala, managing director, Hi Tech Printing Services.

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