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Inkjet Education at International Woodworking Fair

InfoTrends sessions showcase new digital printing market.

Digital printing has mingled with countless industry fields at an ever-growing rate, and shows no signs of slowing down. Business owners understand that it’s not only survival depending on adaptability – expansion is just as critical. Growth in today’s market requires staying up-to-date with emerging technology, and incorporating it into the everyday business plan. Even the realm of carpentry is expanding its market with the help of digital print. This year’s International Woodworking Fair is welcoming the opportunity for businesses to grow via digital print with the help of InfoTrends.

Fair attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, learn from industry leaders about the technological advances in the field, and witness the newest products and latest innovations in manufacturing and material processing. Attendees will also have the opportunity to attend three educational conference sessions hosted by InfoTrends, a research and strategic consulting firm for the imaging, document solutions, production print, and digital media industries.

InfoTrends’ educational conference sessions include:
• Inkjet and Your Business – Primer for Inkjet Printing Technology, Workflow, and Applications

• Digitally Produced Surfaces – Real Life Examples; A Vendor/Producer Panel

• Is it for me? A Printer for 3D Technology and Applications

InfoTrends will also participate in the IWF Technology Theater on the topic of Digital Printing – New Horizons in Woodworking.

“Our industry experts advise equipment suppliers, decorative surface producers, and their customers about strategy, sales, and operations issues to help them grow and transform their businesses,” says Ron Gilboa, director of InfoTrends’ Functional and Industrial Printing service.

The International Woodworking Fair will take place August 20-23, 2014 at the George World Congress Center in Atlanta. For more information, visit iwfatlanta.com.

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