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Print Business Outlook Conference 2017

India Trade Mission

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Co-Organizer:

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Supported by:

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  MMS Logo PRIMIR Logo

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Silver:

efi logo HP logo

 

Bronze:

Aleyant GTI
Ultimate Technographics

 

Media Partners:

All About Newspapers

 

Indian Printer & Publishing

 

Packaging South Asia

 

Print & Publishing

 

Print Vision

 


Print Business Outlook Conference 2017

What's NEXT?

NPES and The Bombay Master Printers’ Association (BMPA) will host the  Print Business Outlook Conference themed “What’s NEXT” on 16 December 2017 at The LaLiT hotel, Mumbai, India.

The conference is supported by, All Indian Federation of Master Printers Association (AIFMP), Indian Printing, Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) and Mumbai Mudrak Sangh (MMS). The conference takes place in conjunction with the PAMEX 2017 exhibition, the largest print show in India.

“What's NEXT?” You have the business and the expertise, but you have questions and concerns about what steps to take next. Even though many printing business owners/founders produce a forward-looking vision for their company, fears or uncertainties can hold back the process of planning for a successful transition.

This conference is a must-attend event focused on a full day of education and networking for developing invaluable partnerships. The conference will raise and debate critical issues facing our industry. With over 250 printers, publishers, manufacturers and suppliers in attendance, you will have more than enough opportunities to interact, mingle, and network with your target audience.


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The Future of Augmented Reality in Print and Journalism
Robert Hernandez
Associate Professor of Professional Practice
USC Annenberg School of Journalism

 

Are You and Your Customers Seeing the Same Colors? Why You Should Use Standard Color Viewing Conditions
Robert McCurdy
President
GTI Graphic Technology Inc.

 

Optimizing and Automating Photobook and Photo Print Production
Raymond Duval
Director
Ultimate TechnoGraphics