APTech and Print Media Centr are joining forces to curate the TechTalks at PRINT®19, the print industry’s longest running and most comprehensive event, to be held Oct. 3-5 at McCormick Place North, Chicago. These panel discussions are a coming together of The Printerverse, the long-running and highly respected and attended sessions at PRINT and Graph Expo, and APTech’s future direction for bringing the print community together.
Located on the exhibit hall floor and free to attend for all show goers, the TechTalk sessions will cover a wide variety of topics crucial to the success of the ever-evolving print industry, including the latest advancements in software, hardware, digital print, inks and substrates.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with this innovative industry voice to produce this year’s TechTalks,” says Thayer Long, president, APTech. “Deborah (Corn) has been collaborating with us for nearly a decade and this is a welcome evolution in our on-going and productive partnership.”
Produced by the Association for PRINT Technologies (APTech), the industry’s signature event will feature an incredible array of printing equipment and technology and 80+ educational sessions including hands-on labs, creating the nexus of critical business-building and networking that drives revenue growth across the industry’s entire $80 billion value chain.
“I’m honored to join forces with APTech to bring TechTalks to PRINT®19,” said Deborah Corn, Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse. “For many years The Printerverse has been one of the show’s top destinations for attendees to hear new ideas, learn about emerging technologies and meet the people and companies that can help them succeed. TechTalks will carry on that spirit of open knowledge sharing, and I am really looking forward to seeing everyone on the show floor.”
PRINT®19 attendees can add the complimentary TechTalk sessions to their show planner by updating their registration in the MapYourShow online guide. For those who wish to attend PRINT®19 and still need to register, visit www.PRINTevent.com.