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GASC announces Graph Expo 2011 educational program

May 26, 2011 12:00 AM

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Graph Expo 2011’s educational opportunities will kick off with the pre-show Executive Outlook conference on Saturday, September 10, and continue in seminar sessions through Tuesday, September 13.

Led by professionals who are experts in their field, the educational conference will feature more than 50 seminars covering critical industry issues.  The sessions span 11 diverse market segments across the entire spectrum of the graphic communications industry, and provide the latest forecasts, trends and in-depth information on key technologies and business strategies that will enable attendees to capitalize on profit opportunities in their markets.

Sessions will be offered in a variety of formats, from hands-on workshops that emphasize skills development to in-depth panel sessions and technology/trends overviews. Subject categories include: Cloud Computing; Color Management; Design/Creative; Digital Media; Digital Presses; E-Books and Related Media; Entrepreneurship; Executive; Graphic Applications; Interactive Media; Lean Management and Manufacturing; Mailing and Fulfillment; Management; Mergers, Joint Ventures, and Acquisitions; Non-print Digital Imaging; Packaging; Pre-Media; Printable Electronics; Print Buying; Production; Proofing; Sales and Marketing; Social Networking; Sustainability; Transactional; Trends and Opportunities; Workflow; and Web-to-Print.

“Be they industry newcomers or long-time veterans, top management or production floor personnel, Graph Expo’s educational conference delivers to attendees a customized educational experience,” says Ralph Nappi, president, Graphic Arts Show Co.  “Attendees will come away from every seminar having learned actionable tips and techniques that they can implement in their operations to maximize productivity and profits.”

For more information about Executive Outlook, visit