5 Trends Shaping the Future of Printing Manufacturing

Date: On-Demand Until 1/17/18
Time: At Your Leisure
Duration & Cost: 60 minutes & FREE

Dr. Harvey Levenson

Professor Emeritus
Cal Poly

Stephen Zenger

President
Zenger Group

Carl Joachim

Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer
ePac, LLC

Mark Michelson

Editor-in-Chief
Printing Impressions

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Summary

There are 35 graphic communication industry segments. Of these 35 industry segments, 27 have traditionally focused on print. Of the 27, the only industry segments not negatively impacted by the Internet, but have grown in spite the growth of online marketing, are those related to packaging. This applies to conventional package printing including offset, flexography, and gravure, and digital printing. The packaging industry will witness the fastest growth of over 12% from 2016 to 2024. In this webinar we explore big ideas, innovations, hot industries, major players, trends and statistics.

Who should register:

OEMs

Commercial printers

Packaging converters

Product brand producers

You’ll learn:

  • Why packaging is one of the only growth segments in printing industry
  • How to combine digital and conventional equipment to adapt to new industry needs
  • Why digital packaging is a new market opportunity for commercial printers
  • How printed electronics and functional imaging promises to play a growing role in packaging
  • Why commercial printers are using air and water to reduce waste and improve machine downtime

Questions? Email us at cswebinars@napco.com or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.


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