Dubai to host inaugural summit for global printing community

Dubai to host inaugural summit for global printing community

A Staff Reporter

Published: Wed 24 Jan 2018, 7:04 PM

Last updated: Wed 24 Jan 2018, 9:07 PM

Dubai - The inaugural Gulf Print & Pack Summit, an event for senior level print industry professionals, will be held at Roda Al Bustan Hotel on March 4-5, 2018 in Dubai.
Aimed at printers/converters, brand owners, retailers and graphic, packaging and label designers, the summit will discuss cutting-edge print technologies and applications, future trends in print production and effective strategies for business excellence and economic growth.
"The Middle East region is one of the most strategically important markets for Xerox and this thought leadership event provides a first-class platform for demonstrating our commitment to the GC industry and for strengthening the corporation's customer and partner relationships within it," said Chris Lynch, head of production technology for Xerox Middle East & Africa.
Exhibitors include Afra International, Anoop Plastic Products, Bobst, Durst, Heidelberg, Konica Minolta and Nilpeter.
Through a mix of business case studies and panel discussions, the conference will cover a variety of key issues facing the print industry with topics focused on digital printing, pre-press, MIS and workflow automation, anti-counterfeiting, finishing, packaging and the latest in niche technologies.
"Gulf Print & Pack Summit will be taking a hard look at the major issues affecting the printing sector both in the Middle East and the wider international scene. The event is set to be a lively forum for ideas and interactive discussion with a heavy focus on innovative production strategies and key technological developments. Delegates will be certain to take away good ideas and effective tips for ways to improve and streamline their operational processes and learn how they can implement the latest technologies to enhance their productivity and add value to their business and clients," said Lisa Milburn, managing director, Gulf Print & Pack.

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