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drupa preview enters its second round: New live web sessions and input in the conference area

On 17.11. new lectures and teaser videos will go online on the digital platform drupa preview. International speakers such as Jack Stratten, Fons Put and Deborah Corn will present top industry topics and give visitors the opportunity to interact with them and ask questions during the live web sessions. Additional input is provided by the Conference Area with short presentations on the special drupa forums. Speakers such as Achim Halpaap and Michael Gale will be providing impulses for the future of the printing industry.

Interested parties can register free of charge for the new live web sessions at Drupa preview via the link https://preview.drupa.de/17November2020. The sessions will focus on topics relevant to the print media industry, such as inkjet, packaging trends and additive technologies. Strategic advisor Kristin Kain, together with Marco Kersch of the Bertelsmann Group, will also be taking part in the second round of the conference, which will examine how print can survive in a digital world.
In addition to exciting input from the Exhibiton and Conference areas, matchmaking options will continue to be available. On the Networking Plaza, the drupa Matchmaking brings visitors and exhibitors together: By querying special areas of interest and extensive filter functions, it enables direct contact to potential interested parties or suppliers. After making an appointment, personal talks can be held in a virtual room via audio or video call.
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