30th April 2014 - The first Inca Digital Summit for Inca's global users takes place on 20th May, the first day of FESPA Digital 2014 in Munich. The event features industry game changers investigating the trends and opportunities facing print companies today.
The Inca Summit is a half day event comprising thought-provoking conference sessions, interactive discussions and quality networking opportunities. Chaired by print technology specialist John Charnock, the Summit speakers are leading print professionals, brand owners and agencies who will provide Inca users with high-level strategic information and inspiration.
Session One: Future Developments: This session looks at how inkjet printing is impacting a wide range of markets, with a focus on some of the innovative, value-added applications that are possible. Then Mark Clews of Inspired Thinking Group lifts the lid on what's driving leading brand's marketing strategies today and the changing role of print.
Session Two: Market Trends and Opportunities: This session includes Francesca Selby, Papergraphics, investigating digital printing for interior design and home décor applications; Till Schutte, The Coca Cola Company, looking at the power of personalisation and the Coca Cola 'Share a Coke' campaign in particular; and Chris Jones, Novalia, discussing the opportunities of interactive print with printed electronics.
For more information about, and to register for, the Inca Digital Print Summit at the Bayerisher Hof Hotel, Munich, on 20th May 2014 visit: http://www.incadigital.com/summit/
About Inca Digital Printers
Inca Digital Printers, part of the Dainippon Screen Group, is one of the world's leading pioneers and manufacturers of flat-bed inkjet printing technology. The Eagle and Columbia printers set the early standards in UV inkjet flatbed printing. Today the ground-breaking Onset Series and Spyder range ensure that Inca's products remain at the forefront of productivity, quality and reliability. Fujifilm manufactures and develops the UV inks used in Inca machines and sells the flatbed printers around the world. Inca's facility in Cambridge, UK, incorporates R&D, customer support, machine assembly and commissioning, a dedicated training facility and clean rooms for printhead assembly and refurbishment. With approximately 25% of staff involved in R&D, a significant investment here helps the company maintain its position at the forefront of machine productivity, innovation, quality and reliability. www.incadigital.com
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