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PRINTING United Digital Experience Unveiled

Four weeks of community-based, content-rich Insight Days will deliver to a worldwide audience beginning October 5 and running through October 26

PRINTING United recently announced the decision to transition from an in-person event in Atlanta to a comprehensive digital platform. The show company today provides an update on its plans to present four power-packed weeks of hosted global programming and new product unveilings across PRINTING United Month this October, beginning October 5 and running through the week of October 26.
“The PRINTING United Digital Experience provides a unique opportunity to bring those highly anticipated product launches and engagements to the printing community at large, both from an exhibitor and attendee standpoint,” says Mark J. Subers, President of PRINTING United. “Our expert team has worked diligently to build a unique digital model to ensure that all market segments have a front row seat to this powerful, guided event, to further enhance opportunities for engagement and interaction.”
This series of community-based, content-rich Insight Days will deliver a program like no other. A new series will kick off each week highlighting a different community focus spanning apparel, commercial, digital textile, graphics/wide-format, in-plant, industrial, mailing/fulfillment, and packaging. In this new format, the printing industry will together experience a variety of highly-focused hosted tracks and exclusive ways in which vendors and customers can interact.
“The energy and enthusiasm we’ve received from our partners as they learn more about the new PRINTING United Digital Experience platform is profound,” says Ford Bowers, President and CEO, PRINTING United Alliance. “While we are disappointed not to be able to convene in person this year, we are committed to delivering on our promise in bringing the latest in technology, education and innovation to our industry in 2020. While the event will take shape differently than originally planned, it will undoubtedly serve as intended to our vast audiences nevertheless.”
“The printing industry greatly needed this event to go on this year, both from a sales perspective and for peer engagement in general,” says Marco Boer, Vice President, IT Strategies. “PRINTING United’s convergent roots allows for a seamless transition to this exceptional online platform, one of which we are proud to support. Our team appreciates the opportunity and limelight to share in experiencing the newest technology that companies in our industry have worked so hard to bring to market and waited all year to debut.”



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