Free Online Session to Examine Innovations from the 2016 MUST SEE ’EMS Winners
Reston, VA—GRAPH EXPO 16 is offering an exciting behind the scenes look at the MUST SEE ’EMS technology winners that will be on the show floor this year. Presented by the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) via www.PrintingNews.com and featuring host Hal Hinderliter, coordinator for the MUST SEE ’EMS program, the free live webinar will air at 1:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, August 25, 2016. To register visit: www.mustseeems.com/webcast.aspx.
This fifth annual online event, sponsored this year by Xerox and XMPie, will give prospective GRAPH EXPO 16 attendees an opportunity to learn more about the ‘must see’ technologies, their implications for the graphic communications industry, and possible applications before they arrive at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center for the September 25 – 28, 2016 industry event. During this free one-hour webinar, participants will learn what new innovations could affect their businesses or potentially revolutionize their market segments.
“Every year show visitors convene at GRAPH EXPO and PRINT shows to see and explore the very newest technologies and innovative advances in our industry,” says Thayer Long, President of the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC). “By reviewing the highlights and significance of each winning technology, this year’s pre-show MUST SEE ’EMS webinar will be a valuable tool for graphic communications professionals to plan and organize their GRAPH EXPO 16 visit.”
Hinderliter is a respected industry consultant and educator specializing in digital prepress, workflow management, variable data, e-book publishing, and general graphic arts education. He will review the selections in depth and examine the reasons behind each selection. He also will answer questions about the selection process and provide his expert opinion on the potential impact the winning technologies may have on the graphic communications industry.
For complete information about the MUST SEE ’EMS program visit: www.mustseeems.com, and to register for the show visit: www.GraphExpo.com.