Last updateThu, 13 Aug 2020 3pm

Corel Donates CorelDRAW Licenses for Use in SGIA Workshops

Software will aid in the education of specialty imagers

Corel®, a manufacturer and supplier of award-winning products including graphics, painting, photo, video and office software, has donated licenses of the CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite X7 to be used in upcoming SGIA educational workshops.

"This donation will help SGIA elevate its workshop programming to bring more value to our students. Many in the specialty imaging community use Corel products, especially CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7, and this donation enables us to utilize this powerful software suite to further educate SGIA workshop attendees," said Johnny Shell, SGIA's Vice President of Technical Services.

The CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7 is a graphic design software with a content-rich environment and professional vector illustration, layout, photo-editing and website-design capabilities. From the graphics and sign community to garment decoration to vehicle wrap designs, CorelDRAW provides the tools to create professional, high-quality work — launching SGIA workshops to the next level.

"We strive to help current and future graphics professionals advance their careers," said Gerard Metrailler, Vice President Products, Graphics & Productivity at Corel. "The right software can make all the difference when developing the skills required for graphic design. In providing software for SGIA training workshops, we know that CorelDRAW will help set graphic imaging professionals on the path to success."

For a limited time, all SGIA members can save 20 percent on the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7. Not an SGIA Member? Join now to become part of the leading specialty imaging community and enjoy other group buying discounts on shipping, energy, training and more.



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