Organizers of Graphics Canada announced several key technology suppliers have committed to exhibiting at next year’s trade show, running from April 16 to 18 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario.
Show Director Dan Mustata reports more than 70 percent of the three exhibit halls to be used for Graphics Canada are already filled out. Some of the confirmed 2015 exhibitors include Canon, Konica Minolta, Fujifilm, Ricoh, Heidelberg, Epson, GBC, Sydney Stone, Ernest Green, KIP, Grimco (formerly Proveer), Access Imaging, Mutoh and Therm-O-Type, among others.
“Graphics Canada will also continue its strong education program with several collocated conferences being planned,” said Mustata. Currently, including collocated conferences, education programs at Graphics Canada are to focus on topics like printing software, integrated media, labels and flexography, wide format, digital and specialty graphics, and paper and ink. Mustata is also planning for the return of the Printing Sales Training Days and Print Executive Forum with expanded programs.
PrintAction magazine has signed on to produce the Official Show Guide for the three-day event.