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Completely focused on digital print, Digital Print World brings together the leading suppliers waiting to show you the newest products and services the industry has to offer.
DPW is more than an exhibition – whether you need some sound business advice or you want to increase your knowledge in a specific area of the industry there will be the chance for you to do so at the show.
The digital debate
Held on the show floor of the exhibition on the Tuesday and Wednesday these free to attend debates are designed to highlight the hottest topics in the industry at the moment.• Tuesday, 16 October 2007: 13.30-14.30
Are printers in control of costs and processes?
With the introduction of digital presses, there is greater opportunity to introduce Management Information Systems and workflow infrastructures but they require investment. Is there any real benefit? Listen to this panel of UK experts as they debate the arguments as to why printers need to make these investments and the real benefits of doing so. What critical business and technology strategies are necessary to integrate MIS? What new opportunities will be available with the implementation of MIS?
Confirmed speakers include:
Colin Thompson, Cavendish - Moderator
Benoit Chatelard,InfoPrint Solutions UK Ltd
Patrick Headley, GI Solutions Group Ltd
Neil Merchant, American Express Services Europe Ltd, Ralf Schlozer, InfoTrends Ltd
Peter Vincent, BPIF.
• Wednesday, 17 October 2007: 13.30-14.30Truth or Dare - All Presses will be Digital by 20’x’
Will all presses be digital, will colour be the prevailing standard, will variable data and transactional printing become the norm? Or is finishing holding back the digital market? What about digital substrates and the whole ‘click or no click’ argument?
Our panel will debate this hot topic and challenge Frank Romano’s latest prediction for the digital print industry “Digital print will account for half of all printing by 2015 and perhaps 65 per cent by 2020.”
Open forum to be held on the exhibit floor for all attendees.Opening times
Tuesday 16 Oct 10.00 - 17.30
Wednesday 17 Oct 10.00 - 17.30
Thursday 18 Oct 10.00 - 16.00
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