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A glimpse at the future: the Print4AllConference in May

A key moment for meeting and discussion for the entire printing supply chain, the Print4All Conference returns to Milan on 18th and 19th May, at the IBM Studios in Piazza Gae Aulenti.

This year's event - a key date in the run-up to the 2021 exhibition – is dedicated to the “Future Factory”, a manufacturing company characterised by innovative technologies, but also by new thinking and new skills. This is a dynamically evolving landscape which entrepreneurs and businessmen everywhere must learn to embrace with a proactive and not just reactive approach, so that they actively lead the change and develop strategies that offer concrete responses to the challenges posed by today's world.
Exploring the multiple iterations of Smart Factory, Digital Factory, Think Factory, Open Factory and Green Factory, the Print4All Conference 2020 will tackle two core themes that are fundamental drivers of the prevailing change: sustainability and Industry 4.0. Interviews, speeches and round table events with experts of international standing will all focus on these themes, alternating visionary and concrete approaches and ranging from “macro” to “micro” arguments, so as to offer a well-rounded analysis. It represents an opportunity for dissemination on the key themes of innovation and sustainability, while comparing experiences on the present and future of printing and materials.
Organised by Acimga (Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery for the Graphic, Paper, Cardboard, Transformation and Related Industries) and ARGI (National Association of Suppliers to the Graphic Industry) with the support of Agenzia ICE and Fiera Milano, the Conference is the annual meeting and training event for the entire printing supply chain. In short, it offers a unique chance to compare experiences and ideas on the key challenges facing the market today, identifying the focus areas that will be explored in depth in 2021 during the exhibition.


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