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FESPA Digital seminars to explore trends & opportunities
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Jan '16
FESPA Digital 2016 which runs from March 8–11, in Amsterdam has a content program which will explore trends and opportunities in digital printing available to printers, to help them become digital print heroes.

“The Digital Seminars content will provide printers with key insights into digital printing technology, and real life examples to inspire them whether they're already established, or just starting out,” a FESPA press release stated.

The free seminar sessions will run on all four days of the event and will be located in hall7, stand T-170.

According to FESPA, sessions will focus on all aspects of digital printing and digital textile printing, offering a variety of topics for printers to choose from, depending on their business focus.

“Each seminar's subject has been chosen in-line with the main trends identified in the FESPA Print Census,” the organiser said.

Digital wide format print seminars include sessions on Industrial which will explore how relevant digital print is within the functional print segment.

Hosted by industry consultant and analyst, Sophie Matthews-Paul with a panel of industry experts, Sophie will also present a seminar titled, 'Back shoring and what it means'.

Marco Olivotto, owner of Marco Olivotto will discuss the importance of understanding colour management to be successful in a challenging world in the seminar.

Marco will also present a session on 'The colour that refused to print'; where he will refer to user case studies to help printers understand how to deal with unprintable colours, as well as 'Process standard digital – the path to standardisation'.

The session 'Label UV printing – customer experiences, trends and drivers' will be hosted by Justin Hayward, director at CIR Ltd.

While, marketing communication experts, Jan van der Spoel and Roland Biemans will offer practical insights on how to anchor customer centric best practices and get higher conversion rates.

Gerrando Cerros, CEO at CMA Imaging and Vicky Barrett, design and merchandising manager at Clarins Fragrance Group will host a session titled 'There's no excuse for inaccurate colour in retail applications'.

They will explore how, with the right tools, guesswork and chance are eradicated from colour matching and management, and why this is vital for brand owners in every sector.

Talks focusing on textile printing include; 3D printed clothing, where Gavin Drake, director of Garment Printing will provide a snapshot into what the future of 3D printing is for the garment printing industry.

Gavin will also present 'Direct to garment printing – should we or shouldn't we?', while, Justin Hayward will also host a textile session titled 'Dye-sublimation digital textiles printing trends, drivers, markets and growth'.

Other content at FESPA Digital 2016 for visitors to take advantage of include the Sign Seminar area, which offers exclusive presentations on everything related to signage.

FESPA will also host a one-day Digital Textile Conference, which will take place on March 8 at the RAI. (AR)

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