Elevate Print – Wednesday
Elevate Print | August 25 – 27 | 10 AM – 2 PM EST | Register Online
Elevate Print, a free online event from Print Media Centr and technology partner INKISH, with support from 15 industry organizations, will be helping the industry raise its game on August 25 – 27, 10AM to 2PM ET daily. Special events at 12PM ET each day will feature high-profile thought leaders including former Curator of the Nobel Prize Museum, creativity expert, and CEO of Combiner Tobias Degsell, and former Xerox and HP executives Hélène Blanchette and Shuchi Sarkar.
In addition to sessions that explore how to open up new business opportunities and elevate customer relationships, analysis of segments following COVID-19, the rundown on equipment that would have been launching at trade shows this year and more, Elevate Print will be tackling important issues such as Black Lives Matter, diversity and inclusion, attracting young talent to the industry and creating a sustainable future for print.
Wednesday’s Special Event: Cultivating Collaboration and Trust – Register
The future is not a noun, it’s a verb… something we actively create.
This presentation will focus on human potential and achievement… because technology is not the answer to everything. Technology is just one side of the coin. On the other side of the coin we find Creativity, a human quality that exists in every single one of us. If you want to increase your chances of success, collaboration is the key. And while this might sound easy, it’s not. Most collaborations fail. The problem can be boiled down to a couple of critical points. One of them is about diversity. Another is about trust.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear from the brilliant and transformative Tobias Degsell, Founder of Combiner, former Curator of the Nobel Prize Museum.
View the full Elevate Print schedule and register here. Not sure you can make each session?
Register anyway to receive the recording links. Questions? Contact Print & Graphic Communications Association at (716) 691-3211.