IMI Europe – Details to Digital Print Europe in September in Barcelona
Overview of the whole four days of Digital Print Euope (Source: IMI Europe)
SPAIN • Digital Print Europe will take place almost a whole week and is built around the Digital Printing Conference (19-20 September), with supporting events including market reports briefings and the Inkjet Academy (both 17-18 September).
Digital Printing Conference 2018
19-20 September 2018 Novotel Barcelona City Hotel, Barcelona, Spain
The invited presentation programme includes:
Market updates from leading analysts IT Strategies and InPrint
Updates and views from industry pacesetters Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Gallus, Sensient, and Xaar
Key end user perspectives from Janoschka, Interprint, BHS Corrugated Maschinen and Ritzi
New technology introductions from inkjet innovators Memjet, Neenah Coldenhove, INGEDE, Archipelago Technology and Steinemann
As well as formal invited presentations, the conference programme includes panel sessions covering the key topics of Packaging and Industrial Applications, with the panels chaired by and including industry leaders.
The conference programme has been planned with input from the conference Strategic Advisory Board comprising Ramon Borrell, Chief Technology Officer, Xaar, Marco Boer, Vice President, IT Strategies, Montserrat Peidró, Senior Vice President – Head of Digital Print Business Unit, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Denis Poncelet, Marketing & Sales Development Director – Inks Europe, Sensient Imaging Technologies and Mike Willis, Chairman, IMI Europe & Managing Director, Pivotal Resources.
During the days before the IMI Europe Digital Printing Conference will take place, there is possibility to join the following events:
17-18 September 2018
The Inkjet Academy helps to gain fundamental knowledge and understanding of inkjet technology. The event is delivered by Dr Alan Hudd of Alchemie Technology and Mike Willis of Pivotal Resources, the founders of the Inkjet Academy.
Market Reports Live
17-18 September 2018
Different modules will cover key inkjet applications such as digital textile printing from World Textile Information Network (WTiN), and digital packaging printing from Keypoint Intelligence – Infotrends.